Huawei Ascend G735 Gets WiFi And Bluetooth Certification At The FCC

Huawei has a new smartphone that has just passed through the FCC for certification, known as the Huawei Ascend G735, listed with the model number Huawei G735-L03. From the image posting along with the FCC documents, we can see the camera on the back is equipped with an LED flash, although there are no details so far on what the quality of the camera is. We can also see the SIM card slot as well as a slot for a microSD card for expandable storage past whatever the internal storage space is, which is also unknown at this point. The good news is that even if it's lower than you'd hope, you can always insert a microSD and be good to go.

According to the FCC documents it went through testing for WiFi and Bluetooth, and it supports WiFi in both 2.4GHz and 5GHz bands, and passed the Bluetooth testing with no issue. This will not be a metal frame device like a couple of other recent Huawei phones, but instead will have a plastic frame. Judging by the image it looks like the Ascend G735 will have bottom mounted speakers as you can't see them anywhere on the back, which is just fine by us if that's the case as speakers on the back sometimes tend to make the audio a little harder to hear.

Since this has recently passed through testing we can probably assume that we'll see Huawei launching the Ascend G735 soon. Perhaps they'll show it off next month at Mobile World Congress or perhaps before. We can also tell from the FCC documents that it was tested for network bands GSM850, WCDMA 850, GSM 1900, WCDMA 1900, and WCDMA 1700, as well as LTE bands 2, 4, and 7 and passed through all tests. So from that, we know that the device has LTE support, which means it'll be capable of connecting to the network faster while also accessing faster data speeds, which we suppose isn't too uncommon now that many carriers are already working off of LTE. Keep your eyes peeled as more details pop up on the Ascend G735, like specifications, price, release date, and where you'll be able to pick it up.

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