The Bluboo Maya is a recently released smartphone from Bluboo. One which looks to provide a powerful smartphone experience at an affordable price. However, since the arrival of the Bluboo Maya, there has also been clear indications coming through that another version of the handset will become available, the Bluboo Maya Max. Now, a new video has come through which provides a good look at the currently unreleased smartphone.
In terms of the specs, the Bluboo Maya Max looks to be a smartphone which comes packing a 6-inch HD JDI display. Inside, this is a smartphone which is listed to come sporting 3GB RAM and is powered by a MediaTek (MTK6750) octa-core processor (clocking at 1.5 GHz), along with a Mali-T860 GPU. As a result, this does seem to be a smartphone which will offer a smoother level of performance and better game playing functionality than the other options in the budget price sector. The rest of the specs include 32GB internal storage, while the rear camera on offer is a 13-megapixel camera and the front-facing option is an 8-megapixel camera. In terms of its battery, the Bluboo Maya Max comes loaded with a whopping 4,200 mAh battery and the included 4.35v battery core is designed to offer an improved battery capacity compared to the more often encountered 4.2v battery core. Those needing a quick burst of power can make use of quicker charging capabilities as well, with as much as two hours of talk time said to be available in return for a quick five minute charge.
For the price bracket that the Maya Max looks set to enter, the display on offer seems to be one which will help the smartphone stand out from the rest. In addition to actually being a fairly large 6-inches in size, the display makes use of OGS technology to offer a sharper and richer visual experience, making use of a higher sensitivity and transparency. Coupled with the larger size, this seems to suggest this will be an ideal affordable smartphone for consuming movies, playing games or checking out your latest photos. The screen also seems to be one which makes use of a new touch panel which includes supports for wet-hand and glove usage. For those that do plan to consume a lot of data, Maya Max does support 4G LTE CAT 6 technology, with the maximum downstream speed set at 300MB. As a result, owners of the Maya Max will be able to make use of high-quality voice and video calls over LTE and especially considering the Maya Max comes loaded with an independent HiFi system and NXP speaker, offering a Studio-level Acoustic experience.
There are a number of other features which have come to light as well, including USB Type-C connectivity, a creative mute button, one-hand operation and a 0.1 second rear fingerprint identification system. As a result, this does look likely to be a compelling option for those looking for a smartphone in this price bracket. Although, the actual pricing and availability of the Bluboo Maya Max has yet to be confirmed.