Honor 8X Max Listed on the Chinese website JD.com

It is speculated that Huawei is about to launch the two smartphones, called with Honor 8X and the Honor 8X Max at an event in China on 5th September. It seems that the Honor 8X Max variant comes with more advanced features and a larger screen than the regular Honor 8X.

The detailed specifications of Honor 8X Max have been listed on JD.com and reveal the design how the smartphone looks like in terms of appearance.

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According to JD.com listing, the Honor 8X Max is likely to come with a price tag of CNY 9,998 which roughly translates to 103,000. The aforementioned price is obviously the anticipated price of the Max variant and the actual price will be unveiled by the Chinese company at the official launch event in the coming week.

As per the images spotted on JD.com listing, we can see that the smartphone has a water drop- shaped notch, thin- bezels at the top and bottom side of the smartphone.

Furthermore, the smartphone has dual cameras and the fingerprint scanner on the rear panel. At JD.com website, it is listed with Magic Night Black color options but the product description page reveals that the smartphone will also be available in Blue, and Red color options.

The poster suggests that the smartphone will come with a massive 7.12-inch screen size along with water- drop display notch, 90 percent screen- to- body ratio and also supports Dolby Atmos sound technology.

The home screen of the smartphone featuring the 3D design which would reflect diversified ways from different angles. It is anticipated that the Max variant will be bundled with an 18W charger which will allow up to minutes of call only in just 10 minutes charge.

A few days ago, the regular Honor 8X was spotted on TENAA listing with key specifications. It is anticipated that the Chinese tech giant would launch both smartphones Honor 8X and Honor 8X Max at the same event in China.

One must note that the aforementioned specifications are a pinch of salt to get to know the actual specification we have to wait for the official launch event.