Brand Honor Huawei Another record breaker in the dimensions of smart devices designed to enter into our pocket
We thought that the Mi Max 3, with a gigantic 7 screen, would be the smartest smartphone record to hold until at least the first flexible models arrived. It turns out that we were wrong - because less than a month later we get the Honor 8X Max.
This new budget model offers an unprecedented 7.12-inch, IPS-based 2,244 × 1,080 pixel IPS panel and a small drop-shaped drawoff for the Salafi unit - chip Snapdragon 636 is economical (yes, to our delight the company chose to give up the Kirin in this case and provide a product with Performence Better graphics), dynamic memory of 4GB, volume storage Built-in 64GB or 128GB and also a massive 5,000mAh battery compatible with great display.
The smartphone includes a dual back-up array with a main 16 megapixel unit and a secondary secondary 2 megapixel unit for photo bica effect, front-facing 8 camera, dual speakers supporting Dolby Atmos technology, microSD slot for available storage expansion, Android Oreo 8.1 with EMUI interface 8.2, Fingerprint scanner Rear and slot 3.5 millimeters for headphones.
The Honor 8X Max will be a species with a red, blue or black metallic envelope with a total weight of not less than 210 grams and also a length that reaches almost 18 centimeters and will make it difficult for many to use with one hand, especially when the screen is stretched to the highest point Most in the thin envelope.
The new device is intended for this mature Chinese market and is expected to be available for purchase at the end of the month with price tags of 1,500 Chinese Yuan (about 190 Euro, or approximately 220 USD) for a model with 64GB of storage and 1,800 RMB for the 128GB model - Version is reinforced with chip Snapdragon 660 and Memory RAM Of 6GB. Alongside the Honor 8X Max, a standard Honor 8X was also launched, although it is much less interesting with the 6.5 "only" screen - did anyone say a mini version and did not get it?
When exactly will this new wave of devices that make tablets worry about their location in the food chain end? It is not clear - but it is reasonable to assume that the Chinese manufacturers will continue to set the tone, even in this area.