Earlier today, Huawei had released a new teaser for their upcoming Note 8 phablet which was touted by the company as a device which opens a new era for all large screen devices. This device was also previously dubbed by most mainstream media as the Honor V8 Max.
According to the teaser, the upcoming Honor Note 8 will be coming with a 2K display which was already being revealed by TENAA earlier this month.
Apparently, the device will come with two variants. The normal version will be rocking a 3GB/32GB setup along with the Kirin 950 SoC, while the premium version comes with a 4GB/64GB configurations along with the latest Kirin 955 SoC. Both variants however, will come with a similar 6.6″ 2K display.
Other key specs which accompany the Honor Note 8 include a 13MP Sony IMX278 rear shooter, 8MP front-facing camera for selfies, 4,400mAh battery as well as Huawei’s latest EMUI 4.1 running atop.
Pricing-wise, the 3GB version is tipped to cost RMB1,999(~$299) while the 4GB version at a price of RMB2,299(~$344). Right now, there is still no news on when this device will be unveiled although rumors are suggest that it will be unveiled during an official Huawei event in mid-August.