Huawei is on a roll releasing more smartphones than any company from China. With it’s latest upcoming Honor V8 Max, Huawei proves they still have the power.
Huawei, the leading Chinese smartphone manufacturer in the world have been releasing various models of devices from super low cost to mid-range, all up to the premium tier. And yet added to this mountain of option is the high end Honor 8.
This new Honor 8 have a Kirin 950 chipset that have been certified by Tenaa and is closely related to the Honor V8 family. It would also most likely have a Max or Plus at the end of its name. The Huawei Honor V8 Max.
The Max would have a 6.6-inch display with Quad HD (2,560 x 1,440 pixels) resolution. This can mean it is quite bit of a battery hog but to compensate for this high resolving display, Huawei is packing a 4,400 mAh battery pack inside the 7.2 mm thin Honor V8 Max. Coming just around 219 grams, it can last you a day of use without even recharging in the middle.
What’s interesting is the V8 Max looks to settle for just one humdrum 13MP rear-facing camera, paired with an 8-megapixel selfie snapper, plus 3 instead of 4GB RAM, and 32GB expandable storage.