Huawei Ascend D1 hits FCC, coming soon?

Huawei Ascend D1 hits FCC, coming soon?

No one can forget the showcasing of the amazing Android devices by Huawei at the Mobile World Congress, which actually includes three devices. One of them is the Huawei Ascend D1 which is rocking a dual-core processor but it wasn’t the centre of attention. However, it seems the device will see daylight soon as it passed through the FCC with approval tag. Not much information is leaked, but we know is that it will come with quadband GSM and pentaband HSPA+ / WCDMA radios, which means the unlocked version will run on both AT&T and T-Mobile. 

Right now, it’s not confirmed who will be carrying it, but there are chances that either T-Mobile or AT&T will get it or maybe we will see this device running on regional carriers like Cricket, US Cellular etc. Anyway, anybody looking forward to grab the Huawei Ascend D1, I am sure this device will deliver a good performance with an affordable price tag, right? Tell us what do you think in the comment box below.

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