Huawei P8Max Is Now Available In China For $578

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The Huawei P8Max was announced back in April in London as Huawei’s premium phablet offering. The P8Max is a huge device which sports a 6.8-inch display, and is made out of metal. This phablet is a part of Huawei’s premium ‘P8’ line of devices which consists of Huawei P8, P8Max and P8 Lite, though the latter one is a mid-ranger. Anyhow, Huawei P8Max was announced back in April, but it wasn’t available for purchase, at least until now. The company has teased the release date of P8Max, and has stick to their promise.

Huawei’s premium phablet is now listed in China for 3,588 Yuan ($578). We’ve seen a lot of leaks regarding the P8Max’s specs, and it seems that some of those leaks were somewhat accurate. Huawei has decided to put a premium price on a premium device, though we’ve expected that will happen. Anyhow, the phablet is now listed in China on Huawei’s official webstore (source link down below). That being said, let’s check out P8Max’s specifications, and see what it has to offer in that regard.

The Huawei P8Max sports a huge 6.8-inch 1080p (1920 x 1080) LTPS LCD display along with 3GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable internal storage. This is a dual-SIM device which is fueled by HiSilicon Kirin 935 64-bit octa-core processor and a Mali-T628 MP4 GPU for graphics. The 13-megapixel OIS camera is located on the back of this phablet, and flanked by a dual-LED, dual tone flash. The 5-megapixel snapper is available on the front side of this device, and you also get a 4,360mAh battery as part of this package. 4G LTE connectivity is also available here, and the P8Max is made out of metal, just like its siblings. The phone comes in Luxurious Gold, Mystic Champagne and Titanium Grey color options, while it measures 182.7 x 93 x 6.8mm, and weighs 228 grams.

There you have it folks, the P8Max is now listed in China, but unfortunately we still don’t have any info regarding its availability outside of its homeland. We’ll report back as soon as some additional information surfaces, so stay tuned for that.