Can we hope for a CDMA version just like the Huawei Honor/Mercury? This phone would look super nice on Cricket.
Just three days ago we told you about the 6.7mm Fujitsu ES IS12F, the "world's thinnest smartphone." Now, in what must be record time, Huawei has taken that title with the new Ascend P1 S, which comes in at 0.02mm thinner (6.68mm) than the ES IS12F. Tough break, Fujitsu.
Unlike the ES IS12F, the Ascend P1 S doesn't slack in the spec department. It features a 4.3-inch Super AMOLED qHD (960x540) display with Gorilla Glass, a TI OMAP 4460 processor clocked at 1.5GHz, an SGX 540 graphics processor, 1GB of RAM, 4GB built-in storage, 8 and 1.3MP rear and front cameras respectively, GSM/GPRS/EDGE and UMTS/HSDPA/HSUPA bands, and Android 4.0.x, all powered by a 1670mAh battery.
If you're not into rail-thin phones, Huawei is also bringing a thicker version of the Ascend P1 S to the market, simply called the Ascend P1. The P1 differs from the P1 S only by adding a whopping 1.01mm to the body, making it 7.69mm (all of which is presumably taken up by its 1800mAh battery).
Both handsets will come in a variety of colors, including metallic black, ceramic white, and cherry-blossom pink, and are expected to land in North America, Australia, the Middle East, and China sometime in Q2 2012, though no pricing or carrier information has been announced at this time.