Excerpt: The Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G LTE is the newest device to be released by Huawei, and the first to be directly released in the US market. And with this device, Huawei went big… literally. Did you think that devices like the Galaxy Note 3 are pushing the limit at 5.7-inches?
Excerpt: The is Huawei’s latest device and the first that will go on sale on . It’s a very large, mid-range device that has some impressive features and some crazy claims. But does this phone perform well enough to justify its $299.99 price tag?
Conclusion: I find the Huawei Ascend Mate2 to be quite the impressive smartphone. I think that the company was smart to cherry-pick certain hardware while leaving the rest untouched. The result is an affordable smartphone with great camera optics and a large 6.1” screen.
Excerpt: Huawei makes smartphones, but you might now know it unless you’ve lived outside the U.S. for awhile. Or unless you stay on top of all things mobile and tech. But all that may soon change, as the company has been arduously working toward making a bigger name for themselves.
Summary: While the Ascend Mate2 is fine for personal and business use, there are going to be tradeoffs due its size. For one, the device will stick out of most pockets and will mostly need to be carried in a bag. Additionally, some people might not be comfortable holding such a large phone while on calls.
Summary: The HUAWEI Ascend Mate2 may not be the fastest phone out there, but you are getting a 6.1″ screen, 1.6GHz quad-core processor and 16GB of storage. It may not have all the power of some phones, but it easily gets the job done and all for only
Conclusion: After spending plenty of quality time with it, we can safely conclude that the Huawei Ascend Mate2 4G proved to be exactly what we expected. By combining quality mid-range specs headed by a large IPS display, a beefy battery with outstanding endurance, and affordable contract-free price tag, the...
Pros: 6.1" 720p IPS+ LCD display with Gorilla Glass 3, usable with gloves; 79% screen to body ratio, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean with Emotion UI 2.0, 1.6GHz Cortex-A7 quad-core CPU, Adreno 305 GPU; Qualcomm MSM8928 Snapdragon 400 chipset; 2GB of RAM, 16GB of built-in storage; microSD card slot; 20GB of free...
Cons: Android 4.3 is already an outdated OS choice in mid-2014, Emotion UI 2.0 might not fit all tastes, No changes in design since the previous generation, No NFC