In addition to the Ascend Mate Huawei showed off a smaller phone today at CES, the D2. It has a smaller screen at 5 inches, perhaps a more manageable size, and higher resolution at 1080p. Huawei touted it as the “world’s most powerful smartphone” and it features a formidable K3V2 1.5GHz quad core processor, 3000mAh battery, and a 13 megapixel camera. Pocket-lint went hands on with the device and said “Huawei poured loads of water over the phone in front of us and it had no issues; they also threw it at the ground and it survived quite a bash” which is quite encouraging for the longevity of the device and those who frequently drop their phones. It also features Huawei’s Emotion UI like its bigger brother the Ascend Mate, and will come in an alternate 4.7 inch size.