Huawei V8 Max visits TENAA: giant 6.6″ QHD AMOLED display, 4,400mAh battery

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Pushing the boundaries of what still passes for a phone, the Honor V8 Max has been certified by the Chinese regulator TENAA. This 6.6-inch phablet will compete with the likes of Xiaomi Mi Max, Lenovo Phab2 Pro/Plus, and Asus Zenfone 3 Ultra for the hearts of those who type, browse and watch more than they talk.

The Honor V8 Max features a 6.6-inch QuadHD AMOLED display – apparently Huawei’s reluctance to go beyond 1080p had to be reconsidered in light of the huge diagonal. In all fairness, the precedent has already been set with one version of the non-Max Honor V8, which does sport a 5.7-inch QHD display.

Huawei V8 Max visits TENAA: giant 6.6 QHD AMOLED display, 4,400mAh battery

Anyway, the V8 Max is powered by what appears to be the Kirin 950 chipset – the octa-core processor clocked at 2.3GHz points to that, as opposed to the slightly more powerful Kirin 955 and its 2.5GHz CPU clock rate. There are 3GB of RAM on board, as well as 32GB of storage, expandable via microSD.

The camera department is represented by a rather mainstream 13MP primary shooter, and an 8MP front-facing unit. There’s a fingerprint sensor on the back too – perhaps the only meaningful location on such a large device.

The Honor V8 Max comes with a 4,400mAh battery to keep that giant display lit up, and the device weighs a rather reasonable 219g, all things considered. It measures 178.8 x 90.9 x 7.2mm, so it’s quite a handful, nonetheless.

Huawei V8 Max visits TENAA: giant 6.6 QHD AMOLED display, 4,400mAh battery

Naturally, there’s no info on price and availability at this point, but if you’re looking at going beyond 6 inches, the Honor V8 Max might be worth waiting for.

Source: gsmarena.com

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20 thoughts on “Huawei V8 Max visits TENAA: giant 6.6″ QHD AMOLED display, 4,400mAh battery

  1. Rated Droid Army, 03 Jul 2016Any phone below 6 just too smallI agree.

  2. Rated Droid Army, 03 Jul 2016Any phone below 6 just too smallAny phone below 50 inches is too small

  3. Rated Droid Army, 03 Jul 2016Any phone below 6 just too smallSame thoughts here +1

  4. Screen sizes
    Anything below 5″ = small screen
    5″ to below 6″ = Large screen
    6″ upwards = phablet
    its weight too that plays a part, i find anything over 150g is too heavy. this V8 is a phone i definatly wont be getting, sounds good for the right kind of people tho.

  5. Rated Droid Army, 03 Jul 2016Will be my MI MAX replacementMi Max is awesome in price
    I found this device isn’t better than Mi Max

  6. Rated Droid Army, 03 Jul 2016Will be my MI MAX replacementThis phone is WORSE than Mi Max except for the QHD screen.

  7. Anonymous, 03 Jul 2016Same thoughts here +1Just get a TV and get it over with.
    Geez, some people just don’t know when to stop..
    I would be embarrassed to talk to something like that..

  8. Alien , 03 Jul 2016Just get a TV and get it over with.
    Geez, some people just don’t know when to stop..
    I would… more”I would be embarrassed to talk to something like that..” So you only care what other people might think about you? That’s just dumb. If you like the phone, no matter how big it is, just use it. No need or reason to be embarrassed.

  9. My only biggest worry is the Kirin 950 chipsets. Not directly the chipsets itself but the GPU its paired with. Kirin’s have always had week GPU. Even worse it’s paired to a QHD screen.

  10. BlazyB, 03 Jul 2016My only biggest worry is the Kirin 950 chipsets. Not directly the chipsets itself but the GPU … moreYou are a noob. Benchmarks sucks, GPU doesn’t sucks. Its perfect. Benchmarks are nothing except numbers. What matters is real world performance and that’s perfect compared to Adreno. Don’t judge it if you haven’t used its GPU.

  11. I’m currently rocking the awesome 6.8″ P8Max and I love it! The only downside is that it doesn’t support LTE bands in north America. 3G works fine and battery life is amazing (4360 mhA). I use this phone for everything: work, games, browsing, social, movies, music… oh, and as an actual phone sometimes (I hardly ever talk on the phone anymore ;-)).

  12. mi max, 03 Jul 2016This phone is WORSE than Mi Max except for the QHD screen.Ah ah. Really ?

  13. MaxPayne123, 22 hours ago219 Grams !? that is heavy…..Yet you used to wield a pair of 850g of guns while flying here and there.. What’s happened to you? It is only 219g.. I bet your wee wee is heavier than that :p

  14. smark10, 23 hours agoYou are a noob. Benchmarks sucks, GPU doesn’t sucks. Its perfect. Benchmarks are nothing excep… moreLol, you don’t have to be such offensive, but you did have some point. It’s up to the real world performance when it comes out, and that why BlazyB stated his concern due to the past records of Kirin weak performance on GPU.

    I reckon in real world performance it may aren’t much different than SD650, probably better and more stable, based on my experience on Mate 8 and Mi Max.

  15. Anonymous, 12 hours agoYet you used to wield a pair of 850g of guns while flying here and there.. What’s happened to … moreLOL 😛 They were guns , essential to my survival . But you are right , I do have a huge pair of b*lls. That is what one needs to take on a drug cartel.

  16. I have a 7.0″ Huawei MediaPad X2 and I really don’t think it’s too big.

  17. My 7.0″ Huawei MediaPad X2 weights 240 grams and I hardly feel it’s in my pocket.

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