On the afternoon of June 5, Huawei teamed up with China Telecom to hold a new product launch conference in Chengdu, officially releasing the Huawei Maimang 8 smartphone. The pre-sale has already started, and the handset will be available in online and online stores starting June 12. The 6+128GB is priced at 1899 yuan ($275).
The Huawei Maimang 8 uses a 6.21-inch pearl full-screen design with a resolution of 2340*1080, a screen ratio of 89%, and a 415 PPI pixel density.
Under the hood, it is equipped with Kirin 710 chip, based on the 12nm new technology and using 4 A73 + 4 A53 large and small CPU architecture. Compared with the previous generation Kirin 659 series, the single core performance is increased by 75%, while the multi-core performance is increased by 68%. There is also an integrated Mali G51-MP4 GPU with 130% performance improvement and 100% energy efficiency.
Our protagonist is equipped with 6GB storage, 128GB body storage space, and supports up to 512GB storage expansion. There is a built-in 3400mAh battery, the charger is upgraded to 5V2A, and the charging speed is increased by 20%. At the same time, the Huawei Maimang 8 supports GPU Turbo 2.0.
In terms of camera, the Huawei Maimang 8 comes with a 24MP + 16MP + 2MP rear triple-camera. The main camera has a 27mm focal length. The wide-angle lens comes with a 17mm focal length and a viewing angle of 117 degrees. The 24MP main camera in the night scene will automatically switch to the 4-in-1 mode. Combined with multi-frame image fusion technology, it effectively improves the dark light photo effect.
p.s. in addition to this smartphone, at this conference, Huawei also brought a new router, namely the Huawei router TC5200 telecommunications version, priced at 269 yuan ($39).