Huawei is preparing to launch another device in the Honor series, a phablet that could have an impressive 6.6-inch 2k display and 4GB of RAM. The phablet just recently appeared at TENAA and the rumored release date seems to be August 1.
The latest information shows that press renders of the upcoming Honor Note 8 surfaced online over at. The images were leaked on Chinese social network Weibo and they show that the phablet will come with a fingerprint scanner and rounded edges.
The display seems to be bezel less and curved at the top. In addition, the leak confirmed that the device would come with a 6.6-inch 2k display with a pixel density of 443 ppi. The display is Super AMOLED with 105% NTSC color gamut and 70000:1 contrast ratio, according to the post.
Honor Note 8 could come with 4GB of RAM and Kirin 955
Recent rumors point to the fact that the phablet could run Huawei’s Kirin 955, an octa-core processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. In addition, it could come with 64GB of internal storage, possibly with the option to expand storage using a microSD card. Rear camera capacity could reach 13MP with F/2.0 aperture, optical image stabilization and RGBW sensor.
The phablet could also have an 8MP camera on the front and it will run Android Marshmallow 6.0. The device is also said to come with USB Type-C port and will support 4G LTE, Wi-Fi connectivity and a full metal body. Honor Note 8 will measure 178.8×90.9×7.18mm and weigh 219 grams.
is also said to come with a 4,500mAh battery and the company might make it available in three colors, white, black and gold. The graphics processing unit will be Mali-T880. Rumors say that the phablet could be sold for a price starting $300 and it is said to be unveiled on August 1.