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June 10, 2014

Huawei Mulan looks to be the best flagship phone yet

Huawei seems to be on the works to release its next flagship device. Codenamed ‘Mulan‘, it has a really slim profile and impressive specs which reports say could be “one of the best phones, ever.”

huawei mulan

Huawei Mulan’s alleged specs:
Full HD display (size still unconfirmed)
1.3GHz octa-core processor with Hisilicon Kirin 920 chipset
Mali-T624 graphics
3GB RAM
16GB internal storage
13MP rear camera
4K resolution video recording
5MP front camera with 1080p video recording
Multi-mode LTE Cat 6 radio for faster data speeds
Tensilica HIFI3 audio processor
Emotion UI on top of Android 4.4.2 KitKat

Judging from its rumored specs, there’s a lot to focus the spotlight to. First, there’s the new Kirin 920 chipset that’s made up of a quad-core Cortex-A15 and another quad Cortex-A7. This chip also boasts multi-mode LTE Cat 6 radio that allows data speeds of up to 300 Mbps in addition to a low-power l3 sensor co-processor.

The Huawei Mulan can also record videos in 4K resolution and has a dedicated audio processor. If that still doesn’t get you excited, it was put to test on AnTuTu benchmark and scored a whopping 37,999 – higher than any flagship phones in the market today.

huawei mulan benchmark

There’s no word on its release and pricing as of the moment, but rest assured that we’ll keep tabs on it.

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15 Responses to “Huawei Mulan looks to be the best flagship phone yet”

  1. Abdul Jakult says:

    best ever? comm’on! wala pa ring tatalo sa flagship phones ng Nokia, Sony, Samsung, LG, Apple kung chinese mobile company lang ang kalaban. nagnanakaw lang yan mga tsekwa at nangongopya sa technology sa binanggit kong mobile phone makers.

    • Pader Ehbraham says:

      lol, kawawang muslim. resulta na yan… lumipat ka na. chinese ODM’s have vastly improved throughout the years. closing the gap between international flagship phones.

    • Wang wong says:

      tama naman si abdul jakul, mga pesti magnanakaw ng technology lalo na sa mga kano. They are in the news lately kinasohan ng US mga chinese spies stealing sensitive infos from american companies. Kaw ata di nagbabasa mr pader. hehe

    • Wang wong says:

      tama naman si jakul, mga pesti magnanakaw ng technology lalo na sa mga kano. They are in the news lately kinasohan ng US mga chinese spies stealing sensitive infos from american companies. Kaw ata di nagbabasa mr pader. hehe

  2. Justin says:

    “Mulan”? Seriously?

  3. Madobe-tan says:

    Good luck sa service ng Huawei.

    Kirin? Beer yan ha.

  4. James says:

    Yes Mulan, since it represent Chinese culture. Copy cat phone, I don’t think so.. How we see China now is how Japan and Korea before. Remember Korean TV during 1990’s mukhang cheap noon at murang mura pa.

    Hua Mulan (???) is a character of a Chinese folk story (Disney only adapt the character to the movies). Since ngayon lang maglalabas ng highend phone ang Huawei, definitely it is good that to name after a character that will represent Chinese culture.

    US phone, ano ba sumikat na US brand??? iPhone na made in China… O Motorola na made in China din. Korean, Japanese, and Taiwanese dominated the Android phone market. (Samsung, LG, Asus…)

    • jan says:

      tama ka jan pare, at take note majority parts ng mga cellphone company gawang china…

    • abuzalzal says:

      isa ka pang bobo! US company nga sinabi eh outsourced nga lang in china kaya made in tsekwa. US technology nga tsekwa lang gumawa pero di ibig sabihin may chinese technology na. ibenta mo nga yang utak mo sa sulit para naman mapakinabangan!

    • James says:

      Abdulzalzal… Agree on outsource.. Pero bashing upfront a person is not good. Magsalsal ka na kang doon ka naman ata magaling. Can’t affort anything that why salsal lang ang alam mo gawin.

      By the way I am Chinese, and even on all well known US companies there is a Good Chinese developer.

      There are Chinese copy cats however this brand is not a copycat and trying be in the game by taking advantage of the Android platform.

  5. Zobel says:

    Bow down to our Chinese Overlords!

    Anyhoo, dapat di lalampas to ng 25K. I’m willing to subsidize their execs’ siopao meryenda. kesa mapunta lang pera mo sa Starbucks pag bibili ka ng well-known brands.

  6. AngAngasNyo says:

    http://time.com/2857448/mozilla-25-smartphone-firefox/
    Ayan mura gawa ng Mozilla Firefox kaysa wala kang cellphone pero ang galing mong critic.

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