One of the trends we’re noticing this week at Mobile World Congress is simplicity. Although the tech that goes into the devices is getting increasingly advanced, mobile phone operating systems are continually becoming more user friendly. Proof? Earlier in the week Fujitsu unveiled a phone targeted at users unfamiliar with smartphones, and just today we came across Huawei’s uber-simple Ascend P2.
It’s got pretty good specs (quad-core Huawei processor, 1GB of RAM, a 13-megapixel rear camera, a 1280 x 720 pixel LCD screen, and a lot of other great stuff), but what really makes the phone so awesome is its modified Android operating system. Unlike most Android phones, the Ascend P2 doesn’t have an apps menu, and it operates in a way that looks and feels much more like Apple’s iOS.
Check out our full post on the Huawei Ascend P2 to find out more.