Although the rumor mill lately seems to be dominated by leaks of Samsung and HTC devices, other manufacturers have devices in the works. Huawei is likely working on the next model in their Ascend line, the Huawei Ascend P8. Some new images making the rounds purport to be of the Ascend P8, although whatever the device is it has been concealed some by a case.
What can be made out includes a center position USB slot in the bottom edge surrounded by speaker grills to both sides, a top-mounted headphone jack, and a front-facing camera that appears to come with an optical image stabilizer sensor.
Along with the images of the actual device there are some screenshots of Antutu scores that would confirm some of the hardware. We can see the device is equipped with an octa-core cpu which some sources believe will be Huawei’s own, internally produced Kirin 930 64-bit chip. The test device also has 3 GB of RAM, a 13 MP main camera, and is running a 1920 x 1080 resolution. All of this will be running Android Lollipop.
The scores indicate the device should be able to hold its own against most current flagship devices. Reports indicate Huawei may hold off on announcing the Ascend P8 until the middle of April instead of at MWC 2015.