The much anticipated upgrade to Huawei’s popular Ascend P7 has now been launched, the new Huawei P8 (seems to have dropped the Ascend naming) is now available in a carbon black colour scheme.
Boasting an extra sleek design with impressive cameras along with a whole host of exciting imaging features the P8 is powered by a 64-bit 8 core CPU (octa-core processing) for extra smooth operation.
Initially, Huawei P8 contracts have been released by the Carphone Warehouse on their new iD Mobile network that used to be called Talk Mobile, the current cheapest priced tariff is just £12.50 a month although you will need to part with £129.99 upfront.
If you prefer not to pay upfront for your new Huawei P8 then deals including a free phone start from £25.50 which provides you with 2GB of monthly data and 600 minutes of calls each month.
The Huawei P8 is due to be released on further networks very soon so check out all of the latest deals here, as they are launched.
There will also be a range of upgrade deals available soon for those that want to stick with their existing network provider.
Inspired by a multi-layered design, the Huawei P8 combines clean, aesthetic lines with forward-thinking technology.
The Huawei P8 is a sleek and stylish phone boasting a 5.2″ full HD display and a camera packed with ground-breaking features.
The P8‘s full metal aluminium unibody gives it a premium look and feel. Super-slim and perfectly balanced, it feels comfortable in the hand and easy to use – and its subtly curved edges providing a reassuring grip.
The P8‘s 13MP rear camera fits completely flush with the back, and it’s packed with features including advanced optical image stabilisation, super close-up macro mode, and low light enhancement. There’s also a front-facing 8MP camera, with a wide angle for great group selfies.
The P8 boasts a 5.2″ Full HD display. It’s clear and bright – even in direct sunlight – with rich, vivid colours and deep blacks.
The P8 has a 2,680mAh battery which should last up to a day and a half of normal use, and even a full day of heavy use. Quick charging can bring it back up from empty to full in around 3 hours.