Huawei launches the Honor Note 8 in China, runs Marshmallow.
Huawei has kept to its promise and today, launched the Honor Note 8 device in the Chinese market. This high end phablet, being an innovation of a sub-division of Huawei, means the device would now line up in a market where the Xiaomi Mi Max and Lenovo Phab 2 are already enjoying success in, suggesting an age of the phablet and recession in the love for the phone.
The Honor Note 8 comes at a size of 6.6 inches and this size makes it slightly bigger than the aforementioned devices. The screen is also very sharp with the pixel density coming in ay about 443ppi. For Huawei flagships, we know that they tend to use their own chipsets for their flagships and for the Note 8, they have gone for the Kirin 955.
With an octa core CPU, the device has 4GB of RAM and this is coupled with variants of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB internal storage memory options. There is also a CPU variant that has 3GB instead and all variants run the Marshmallow out of the box.
A front camera of 8MP is married to a rear shooter of 13MP and everything is powered by a 4500mAh
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