Huawei will be launching a mini version of its flagship handset Ascend P2 in the oncoming Mobile World Conference (MWC) being held from 25th to 28th February in Spain. The mini version will come with a 4-inch 720p display instead of 4.7-inch 1080p display found in the Ascend P2. The report was issued by MyDrivers.

Too much has not been revealed about the mini version but it is said to be running Android Jelly Beans like its elder brother. It will also have 8 megapixel camera and at least 1GB of RAM and a dual core processor.

The report also reveals further details about the Ascend P2 which is expected to come out with a significantly thin bezel 8.5 mm thick body. The 4.7 inch display will run Android Jelly Beans and show pictures and videos captured by a 13 megapixel camera. It will have a 1.8GHz quad-core processor originally developed by Huawei and RAM available in two versions of 1GB and 2GB. The handset will be available in a variety of black covers. No pricing information is available as of yet.