Huawei Honor announces it's biggest smartphone yet, the 6.6-inch Honor Note 8
A couple weeks back, Huawei showed off their new Honor 8 smartphone that came with a dual camera setup and today, the supposedly bigger version of the Honor 8. With a 6.6-inch display, the Honor Note 8 is as big as a smartphone can go before entering tablet territory and the Honor Note 8 is comparable to Xioami's recent 6.44-inch Mi Max.
Huawei Honor Note 8 Key Specifications— 6.6-inch 1440P Super AMOLED display
— HiSilicon Kirin 955 SoC
— 4GB RAM
— 32/64/128GB expandable memory
— 13MP f2.0 rear camera
— 8MP f2.0 front camera
— 4,500mAh battery
— Android 6.0 Marshmallow w/Emotion UI 4.1
— 178.8 x 90.9 x 7.2mm
— Dual SIM LTE
Unsurprisingly, Huawei is targeting the Honor Note 8 as a multimedia device due to it's big AMOLED display paired with a relatively big battery that supports quick charging. The design of the Honor Note 8 is a pretty simple affair with a metal unibody design that comes in grey and gold. Other features of the Honor Note 8 include a rear facing fingerprint reader and a USB Type-C charging port.
Huawei will begin offering the Honor Note 8 in China beginning August 9 for a starting price of CN¥ 2,299 (~US$ 345 / ~MYR 1,400).
ORIGINAL SOURCE: PHONEARENA