Worlds Fastest Android Smartphone

In an aggressive presentation at the Mobile World Congress Show in Barcelona, Huawei launched a Smartphone, Yes, Huawei! and claims it to be the world's fastest quad-core smartphone, SHOCKED!
Huawei repeatedly compared its new product to Apple’s latest iPhone 4S and Samsung’s Galaxy Nexus.
Huawei’s D (or Diamond) series of devices has received three new additions to it’s family, the Ascend D quad, quad XL and Ascend D1.

Now only specifications of Ascend D quad and Ascend D quad XL are to be known. Both the devices have same specs the only difference between the two is battery. With Ascend D quad XL going for endurance with 2500 mAh one and Ascend D quad have 1800 mAh battery.
The devices are powered by Huawei's K3V2 quad-core 1.2GHz processor and it comes with Android 4.0(ICS).

Other Specifications:

  • 32 bit true color GPU
  • Android 4 ICS
  • 4.5” 1280×720 HD IPS/330 PPI display
  • 8MP BSI AF camera with 1080p full HD video capture
  • 1.3MP front camera with 720p HD capture
  • Dolby 5.1 Surround Sound
  • Dual mic noise cancellation with Audience earSmart
  • Dual flash LED
  • 1800/2500 mAh
  • WiFi b/g/n Bluetooth 3.0
  • MHL and HDMI connections
  • DLNA support
  • 5 band 850/900/1700/1900/2100 HSPA+ 21 mbps
Now if we talk about dimensions Ascend D quad has 8.9mm, and Ascend D quad XL 10.9mm slim.

We will now talk about Ascend D1
As part of the Ascend D series, The Ascend D1 runs on a dual-core 1.5 GHz TI OMAP CPU and has a 1670mAh battery. It maybe cheaper than the other two, hasn't figured it out yet.

Now lets talk about its performance.
  • In demonstrations, the phone was shown opening its camera and then scrolling through picture galleries significantly faster than its rivals.
  • Huawei claims that its devices can last up to three days of normal usage on a single charge.
  • Huawei claims its new device will feature noise cancelling technology for phone calls, called earSmart, that will be able to detect a user’s voice even in a crowded room.

The company’s chairman, Richard Yu, said that “Migrating from feature phone to smartphone is the strong trend of the whole industry – but the speed is not so good. And the screen is getting as large as possible – but your hand is not so large. How can you handle it? And a smartphone is not just for voice to make a phone call – people thing the big headache is the battery life.”

He claimed it is the first 64-bit smartphone, rivaling modern computers, and said it is 49 per cent faster in normal operation than its rivals.

Yu also said that the 4.5” screen device will be, 20 per cent cheaper than its rivals and feature a higher resolution screen than the iPhone.