Despite some hard setbacks, Huawei isn’t stopping itself from launching smartphones. It understands the heat is just from the US and not from China. Yesterday, it unveiled a new midranger that’s resembling Huawei P Smart+ (2019) in most of the features.
Huawei’s New Midranger: Maimang 8 Launched in China for ¥1,899
Specifications of Huawei Maimang 8:
Maimang 8 has a 6.21″ (1080×2340) IPS LCD display with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and 16.7M colors.
Runs with EMUI 9 over Android 9 Pie. The hardware is processed by HiSilicon Kirin 710 SoC and has Turbo GPU for enhanced gaming. It has only one storage variant of 6GB of RAM and 128GB of ROM, and this’s where it differentiates from P Smart+. Nevertheless, it has MicroSD slot (taking up second SIM slot) to expand the storage up to 512GB if wanted.
Imaging includes a triple rear setup of 24MP as the primary sensor, a 16MP as an ultra-wide lens and a 2MP telephoto lens with flash. Upfront, there’s an 8MP lens embedded in the dew-drop notch of the display. They support AI, portrait mode, nightscapes, panorama, etc.
With fingerprint sensor given at rear, it has connectivities like Bluetooth 4, GPS, Micro USB, WiFi, etc. And at last, it has a 3400mAh non-removable battery which supports fast charging.
Price and Availability:
Available in two color variants of Midnight Black and Sapphire Blue. Currently launched only in China with a price tag of ¥1,899 for the single variant of 6GB + 128GB. It’s up for pre-orders via vmall and Huawei Mall and will be sold from June 12 onwards.
Purchase link – http://bit.ly/2HYzJ2a