Update: According to a report from MyDrivers, Huawei has been alleged to launch a mini version of the P2 at the same event. The Android 4.1 device will reportedly sport a 4-inch 720p display and come out with an 8-megapixel camera, at least 1 GB of RAM and a dual-core processor. The Ascend P2 itself will reportedly sport 1GB and 2GB configurations.
Take a look at the Huawei Ascend P2, a slim 6.45mm Android smartphone with a 13-megapixel camera - an official photo has just been leaked by the ever trustworthy @evleaks. The source has also claimed that the device will share almost identical specs with its D2 cousin (unveiled at the recent CES event) except that the processor is clocked slightly higher to 1.8 GHz and it comes with a thinner chassis. There's not much else to go on from here however, but we don't need to wait too long for the rest of the details.
Touted to be one of the several products to be unveiled at MWC, the 170g device has been previously rumored to make its appearance alongside a higher-end Huawei WP8 device and an an 8-core processor.
Sources: Unwiredview via Engadget, My Drivers (Chinese) via GSMArena