It might not make much sense for us to start talking about a Huawei Ascend W3 since the W2 has only gone on sale last month in China and is nowhere to be found in the rest of the world. But hey, not everything makes sense in the mobile business. In the Windows Phone world in particular, things are often very hectic and hard to understand.
Then again, what is there to understand other than Huawei is at long last prepping a solid, high-end (ish) handheld to run WP8?
Though we’re still slim on Ascend W3 specifics, with most of its features kept under wraps, a few things seem crystal clear… and very encouraging. A. the W3 will rock a thin, light and sturdy aluminum unibody a la Nokia’s Lumia 925. B. again as a Lumia 925 homage, the Huawei gizmo will be coated in several playful color combos, including but likely not limited to yellow and blue.
And C. the smartphone is expected to make a formal debut come CES 2014 in January, at which time Windows Phone 8 will be GDR 3 updated and therefore fully support Full HD screens and quad-core processors. That of course doesn’t necessarily mean the Huawei Ascend W3 will come with such state-of-the-art specs in tow, but we can at least dream, can’t we?