How often do you charge your phone? I have been charging my phone almost every night. Isn’t it nice if we have a phone that we don’t have to charge that often? Recently, I got a chance to participate in the program for Huawei’s new smartphone Ascent Mate 2 via TapInfluence. The best thing I like so far – the 60 hours battery life. This is 2 and half days that you don’t have to charge the phone. If you don’t use the phone a lot, the battery could last even longer. This is great for everyone, but especially for those who travel a lot or stay outdoor a lot.
Besides the long battery life, I also like the big screen. Yes, iPhone 6 gets bigger, but Ascent Mate 2 screen is 6.1 inches. Although I keep telling my husband I don’t like big phones, I do like bigger screens when I read something on the internet. It is also nice when you are taking pictures. You can see a lot more details on the pictures. Of course, it is a lot easier to play interactive games on a bigger screen.
How big is 6.1 inch screen? iPhone 6 is 4.7″, iPhone 6 Plus is 5.5″, and iPad mini is 7.9″. Ascent Mate 2 is between iPhone 6 Plus and iPad Mini.
The sign up of the phone program is easy. Not like many other mobile phones, Ascent Mate 2 is unlocked, meaning you can sign up with any GSM carrier, and there is no need for a 2-year contract. In the US, GSM carriers are AT&T and T-Mobile. In countries outside USA, there are more GSM carriers to choose from.
Currently there is a promotion. If you buy Huawei Ascent Mate 2, you can have one month of unlimited talk, text and data plan for free.
If you are looking for a mobile phone that can also be used as a small tablet, (so you don’t have to carry 2 devices,) Huawei Ascent Mate 2 is a great candidate. You can find Huawei Ascent Mate 2 on Huawei website. Unlock the possibilities with Huawei. With the largest screen, and longest battery life, where will you go with Huawei? Visit GetHuawei.com to learn more and unlock your possibilities!
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