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CES 2013: Huawei Challenges Samsung With 'World's Biggest Smartphone'

FORBES : Huawei, the Chinese phone maker that is fighting to gain traction in the United States with its low-cost handsets, took a few pot shots at Samsung on Monday at CES 2013, announcing a device that pushed the definition of “phone” itself. The company unveiled its new Ascend Mate, calling it “the world’s biggest smartphone” with a screen that measures a whopping 6.1 inches diagonally. Whether this breaks into the category of “phablet” is open to question, but Huawei is calling it a phone. The company also launched the Ascend D2, a smaller phone but with a range of impressive specs. (CES 2013, Gadgets, Hi-tech, Samsung, Smartphone)

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