World’s thinnest phone announced by Huawei at CES 2012 today and the models are Ascend P1S and the Ascend P1. The thinnest of among those two are Ascend P1S that measures just 6.68mm think, that makes it the slimmest dual-core smartphone that is as of today. We will see what comes thinner than this in near future.
Its sibling is a little thicker than P1S, just measures 7.69mm thick. P1S comes with 4.3", which is becoming standard for the smartphones it seems, Super AMOLED (960×540 resolution) touch with Corning Gorilla glass, and powered by 1.5GHz dual-core TI OMAP 4460 Cortex A9 processor, 1,670mAh battery with 8 MP camera with backlight illuminated sensor and full HD (1080p) Video Capture, and a front-facing 1.3 MP camera. This also comes with 1GB RAM, 4GB ROM and 5.1 surround sound with Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.0, MHL-HDMI port and DLNA support. And its sibling P1 comes with all of the above except it is powered by 1,800mAh battery. These phones are powered by Android Ice Cream Sandwich.
Both are supported for quad-band GSM phones are expected to be available in North America, Europe, Asia, Australia and Middle East by April 2012. On a side note, I feel the phones are looking cheap plastic, but take my word with grain of salt, because I haven’t seen these phones in real, and my thoughts are after scourging through vast World Wide Web Sites for pictures of those two phones.
Sources: Huawei Devices