In a very late breaking story,the site WinP.cn is reporting that a new ad from China Mobile shows the soon-to-be-announced Huawei Ascend W2 in video. The image appears to match up with those shown by @evleaks
The ad itself is not for the W2 itself,as numerous other Samsung phones are shown too. Instead,this appears to be an ad for the TD-SCDMA based China Mobile,which then uses several smartphones to bolster its image as leading network provider.
Though not confirmed,the Ascend W2 is expected to feature a 1280x720,4.3” IPS display,8MP camera and 1.5GHz dual-core CPU,making it an ideal mid-range device for emerging markets. No firm date has been given for its announcement or sale date,but we’re expecting it to be soon.
Source: WinP.cn; Thanks,hengxiang32401,for the tip!
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BEIJING (AP) -- Chinese authorities have arrested 3,001 people in their latest crackdown on rampant product piracy and seized fake or counterfeit medicines, liquor, mobile phones and other goods, officials said Sunday.
The campaign launched in October comes as Beijing faces pressure from the United States and other trading partners to stamp out product copying. China is a leading soure of fake goods despite repeated crackdowns, but Chinese officials have promised the latest enforcement will produce lasting results.
Communist leaders have given the new crackdown special prominence, publicly linking it to efforts to transform China from a low-cost factory to a creator of profitable technology by nurturing companies in software and other fields
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