Chinese manufacturer, Huawei, has gradually been entering the British mobile marketplace over the last few years, but in 2013 it is going for glory by launching a number of impressive devices on our shores.
The latest will be the Ascend P2, which is the most powerful device currently produced by the firm and could trouble class-topping competitors like the Samsung Galaxy S4.
It sports a 4.7 inch high-def display, a quad core processor clocked at 1.5GHz and even an impressive 13 megapixel camera.
Huawei is keen to keep its smartphones running for longer, so the Ascend P2 has a 2420mAh battery, all of which is packed into a chassis that measures just 8.4 millimetres thick.
The good points keep on coming, since the Ascend P2 is compatible with 4G networking and is likely to be a little cheaper than many of its contemporaries when it is released in the UK in June, according to TechRadar.
It is good to see new manufacturers emerging to shake up the mobile market and keep dominant firms like Samsung and Apple on their toes. The value-oriented nature of Huawei’s products should also make it a hit with consumers.