Huawei have released their flagships for this 2015, and seem to be ready to take the big guys at Apple and Samsung head on with their P8 and P8 MAX.
The Huawei P8 and P8 MAX were introduced in London, where the company explained their vision and philosophy of putting these bad boys at the top of the performance and design departments – learn more about them in this feature!
The P8 possesses a 5,2 inches screen, and can work with two 4G LTE SIM cards – an option that seemed to be appearing only in mid-tier phones, but Huawei seem convinced it will be a hit in their flagship. There exists a prototype that carries only one SIM, though, but it would only be released in case operators refuse to sell the first model
This device sports a 64 bit HiSilicon Kirin 930/935 procesor with 8 cores. Also, runs on 3 GB RAM, and uses the same camera as the previous model, with a 13 Mpx rear one and a 8 Mpx front one – same as the Huawei P7. The main camera in the set, though, includes an independent processor for images and optical stabilization software running on it – all of this feeding on a 2600 mAh battery that allows for the best performance.
The Huawei P8 is retailing for some 500 Euros for its 32 GB version, and 600 for the 64 GB one – but we don’t know as of now whether or not this is arriving to the Americas. The one final detail of note is that, in order to compete with the iPhone 6 Plus or thee Galaxy Note 4, Huawei introduced the P8 MAX, a 6,8 inch monster with a 4360 mAh battery, capable of going without recharging for a couple of days of regular use, according to what the company promises. Running on the same hardware as the regular P8, the P8 MAX will cost either 550 Euros or 650 depending on storage capacity.