Huawei Honor Note 8 Review
Last week the Chinese certification body has certified TENAA the upcoming new phablet Huawei house, Honor Notes 8. The mammoth device likely will compete with other titans of industry, such as the popular Xiaomi Mi from 6:44 inch Max . But Honor Notes 8 has all the credentials to do the bang: with a high-level hardware equipment and a 6.6-inch screen as well, Huawei aims to conquer an important slice of the market.
Honor Notes 8 will be announced on August 1 by means of an event to be held in China. To make the announcement was directly Huawei’s subsidiary, which judging by the teaser published on its website has decided to stake everything on the screen resolution, using the “2K” term. As we know, it is synonymous with 2K Quad HD, namely the standard resolution 2560 x 1440 pixels with 16: 9 aspect ratio.
It is however no longer a surprise, since the TENAA certification has unveiled the most hardware device specifications. Honor Notes 8 will be equipped with 4GB of RAM and a 64GB storage compartment. His photographic portfolio will be composed of a main 13mp camera, and a front end 8MP. Generous battery, 4400 mAh, as you would expect for a terminal of this size. As for the heart of the product button, we will rely on the proprietary solution Kirin 955 octa-core 2.5GHz. The operating system will be Android 6.0 Marshmallow course.
Apparently, Huawei has decided to support Honor Notes 8 a slightly cheaper and less powerful version, with Kirin 950 SoC, 3GB of RAM and a 32GB ROM. It is not yet clear whether this variant will be called Honor Notes 8. However, the cheapest model will be marketed at a price of 1999 yuan (about 272 EUR), while the top of the range can be bought for 2,299 yuan (about 313 euro). Both terminals will be equipped with a biometric sensor for fingerprint recognition, and a Type-C Convertible USB port.
China’s new phablet will have a 6.6 inch screen and mount a Kirin 955 SoC, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage