The octa-core Huawei G750 leaks, specs revealed
Huawei G750 has a fast processor and slightly disappointing innards
Huawei is working on a new device powered by an octa-core processor. Earlier, we heard about Huawei Glory, but now another name has emerged. Codenamed, G750, it’s again a smartphone with an octa-core processor, but some of its specs look a bit disappointing.
Huawei is one of the first manufacturers to integrate world’s first true octa core processor into a smartphone. According to the leak, Huawei G750 or Glory will be powered by the new Media Tek’s 1.7 GHz octa-core processor, backed by 2 GB of RAM. If you are getting over excited about this handset, you’d better wait and read about the other innards, because some of the specs will definitely disappoint you.
Even though Huawei G750 is having a huge 5.5 inch screen, its resolution will be limited to 720p which is a huge drawback. The exact panel is yet to be unveiled, but anyway, 720p means a mid-range device rather than high-end. As far as the internal storage, it is 32 GB, which is satisfying. The new smartphone has two cameras – 13 MP shooter on the back and 5 MP up front. Sadly, Huawei G750 won’t run the latest Android version, according to the source. Instead, the old-dated Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean will be installed. As expected, Huawei’s UI called Emotion will be running on top.
The other news around G750 confirms that the new model will arrive at China’s major carriers – China Telecom, China Mobile and China Unicom. At present, there is no confirmation of the specs and the launch date, so take all the information above with a pinch of salt.
Source: My Drivers