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Huawei considers taking a note, bigger than Samsung’s

By Staff writers | 3:27 pm 10/12/2012

How big is “too big” when you’re considering a new smartphone? Some people love the five inch displays put out in Samsung’s Galaxy Note and Note II handsets, but if you want even more, Huawei is thinking of jumping on-board with a device of its own.

The new phone-tablet hybrid – don’t call it a phablet – could come from a brand that’s beginning to pick up steam, with the Senior Vice President from Huawei speaking on a Chinese social network about this very topic.

Huawei’s Yu Chengdong made mention that the company is working on a phone with a 6.1 inch display supporting a massive Full HD screen and Huawei’s own 1.8GHz quad-core processor.

He didn’t say when this would be coming, but with the Consumer Electronics Show coming up in January next year, we should hear something soon.

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