Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei may not be working on the NBN, but it is working on some pretty impressive Android smartphones. The Ascend P1 is the company’s latest Android flagship, and it’s an affordable one at that.
Measuring just 7.69mm thick and with a 4.3-inch qHD Super AMOLED screen, the Ascend P1′s specs belies its price tag. With an 8MP camera that records HD video and powered by a 1.5GHz dual-core Cortest-A9 processor, the smartphone packs enough punch to keep most smartphone users happy.
Running the Ice Cream Sandwich version of Android, the handset weighs just 110 grams. It also only comes with 4GB of storage on board, although a MicroSD card slot will expand that for you without issue.
The handset is available outright for $499 through Dick Smith stores nationally.