Huawei’s V8 Max gets certified in China

Huawei’s V8 Max gets certified in China

The Chinese certification agency TENAA has approved a new huge smartphone by Huawei. The device is called V8 Max and is the larger version of the V8 smartphone, with which Huawei will battle the competition on the market of giant phablets.

The V8 Max is really huge – the device comes with a 6.6-inch AMOLED display that works at Quad HD resolution. The phablet is powered by the Kirin 950 processor, which sports eight cores at 2.3 GHz. The device also has 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal memory that can be expanded in case of need. For all the people who love to take photos, the Huawei V8 Max features a 13 MP camera in the back and an 8 MP shooter up front. The back of the device is also the home of a fingerprint sensor. A 4400 mAh battery powers this huge phablet and it should have enough power to have the V8 Max running all day long. The handset measures 178.8 x 90.9 x 7.2 mm and weighs 219 grams, which is understandable, given the size of the smartphone.

The price of the V8 Max is unavailable at the moment.

Source: GSM Arena

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