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Old 18th Jun 2013, 18:41   #1
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Huawei Ascend P6 Preview

We get hands on with Huawei's surprisingly elegant new flagship phone.
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/mob...d-p6-preview/1
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It actually looks like quite a clumsy design and not very attractive with that case.

Nah. Headphone socket sticking out bottom left edge? Who designs stuff like that? Excuse me? Headphone socket should be top edge or in the very worst case bottom edge so you can have the phone upside down in your pocket but plugged in to headphones. This is a clumsy design and I won't allow anyone I know to buy one.
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Old 19th Jun 2013, 12:04   #3
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In phones, sometimes a smaller screen is actually more desirable. I quite like the look of this, as long as there's a Cyanogenmod prot for it then it'll be on my list of phones to look at (not that I have any need to upgrade from my two year oild phone yet).
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What the hell is "4G LTE" anyway?

Is this a special new technology designed to allow me to read emails while standing directly underneath a cell tower, without getting connection errors?
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What the hell is "4G LTE" anyway?

Is this a special new technology designed to allow me to read emails while standing directly underneath a cell tower, without getting connection errors?
No its an extortionate way of the mobile operators for getting more money for using the same amount of data in the UK the only difference is you get it a little bit quicker not more. Lol
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