An unannounced Huawei smartphone showed up in a bunch of hands-on photos, and if it didn't sport the company's logo at the back, you would have a hard time telling it's not the HTC One Max. Allegedly, the phone you see below is the upcoming Ascend D3.
Certainly, the HTC One Max has inspired Huawei's executives, but there are a few differences here and there. At the front, the upcoming Huawei phone lacks stereo speakers. The bezels at the front seem much slimmer, but the photo isn't of the best quality, so we can't be too certain at this point.
The rumor has it that Huawei is also working on the next generation of its home-brewed chipset. Sadly, there's no information and we're left guessing if its the octa-core Huawei Kirin 920 chipset, which the company announced a month ago. It is based on ARM's big.LITTLE architecture and uses four Cortex-A15 and four Cortex-A7 cores capable of working simultaneously.
The One Max sports a 5.9" full HD display and judging from the photos, we suspect the Huawei smartphone in question will come with a similarly sized display. The hole below the camera suggests the company is going to fit the phone with a fingerprint sensor, too.