Huawei and "premium" don't often appear in the same sentence when you're looking at the company's smartphone history in the U.S. Yet, the unlocked, global version of theoffers a glimmer of hope in its eye-catching black-on-white design, its 4.3-inch Super AMOLED screen, and higher-reaching camera specs.
While the P1 is a good step, Huawei will still face plenty of competition at this level, including from the HTC One X and , global front-runners with quad-core chips in their international models, excellent screens, and highly competitive cameras.
Huawei's Android 4.0 attempt isn't quite there, but it's a promising device for Huawei, especially if the manufacturer were to land a carrier partner here in the U.S.
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