Huawei is again in the news but this time it is not because of its Ascend P7 it is the Ascend D3, the company is already rumored to be making the Ascend D3 that will be the successor of the Ascend D2 that was released last year in the month of March and also claims to be the flagship model of the company. This Chinese multinational company has released the Huawei Ascend P7 smart phone earlier this month, which is the company’s latest flagship model. The company has been releasing wide range of devices in order to get a better recognition round the world and compete against some bigger companies in the market today.
The leaked image of the Ascend D3 suggests that the device will be coming with the thinnest of bezels, or you can say no bezel (to the sides) giving is a classy look and importantly giving more space on the smart phone for the users to play with. Even at the top and bottom the bezels are very less and this is the type of device that everyone wants to see in the market. The leaks also reveals many other specifications of the device that includes a full HD display with the company’s own HiSilicon Kirin 920 processor that will be a octa core chipset, with four cores clocking at 1.8 GHz and the other four at 1.4 GHz.
The Huawei Ascend D3 will be initially launched in China mostly by next month and will be going for sale at $469. The device is also expected to get a global launch after its launch in its home country. We have to wait and see how far the rumors are true and we have seen many other smart phones like Gionee Elife S5.5, Vivo X3 and the company’s own Huawei Ascend P6. We have many other Smart Phones with thin bezels and if you want to know more about them click here (Top 9 Thinnest Android Smart Phones from 5.5mm – Too Slim to Handle).
These types of devices with thin bezels will the future of the Smart phone where you have a smaller device in your pocket with bigger screen sizes giving more comfort in using as well as in giving better viewing angles. So what do you think about smart phones with thin bezels? Do you like them or prefer devices with bigger bezel size?