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Unknown Device spotted on TENAA website, could be the upcoming Honor 8X Max

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The Chinese mobile manufacturer Honor has recently announced it’s two new devices in the Chinese market, the Honor 8X, and the Honor 8X Max. This is the midrange device which has been launched by Honor which comes with the water drop display, dual rear camera setup and also a glossy glass back.

Now we think that the parent company Huawei is planning to launch the device under its branding. So now there is a device which has been spotted on the Chinese certification website TENAA and surprisingly this device is unnamed. Well, but according to the listing provided, we can see that this new smartphone will be coming with same design and specifications just like the Honor 8X Max.

This unnamed device sports a 7.12 inch full HD display with a tiny notch where the front camera is placed, the notch seems to be as small as a water drop. The entire device is backed by a 4,900 mAh battery which should be decent enough to give you a two-day battery life. So according to the leaked renders, we could clearly see that the device has the cameras mounted vertically on the rear side of the device along with the dual tone LED flash.

If we would observe closely, there is AI lettering which has been printed just below the flashlight. Additionally, a fingerprint scanner has also been mounted on the rear side. No details regarding the RAM and storage have been leaked, but the device is powered by Snapdragon 630 SoC. Talking about optics, the device comes equipped with a 16MP+2MP sensor on the rear, and there are no details leaked regarding the front camera. But then let’s wait till Huawei will officially launch this device outside their home country China, and we are expecting this launch to happen in the next one week.

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