Huawei‘s sub-brand Honor recently launched Honor 8X and Honor 8X Max in its home market China. The mid-range smartphones came with a waterdrop display, glass back and dual camera setup in the rear. Now it looks like the parent company Huawei will be rebranding the Huawei 8X Max and launch under its own branding. A similar looking Huawei device appeared on Chinese regulatory agency TENAA with model number ARS-TL00.
The TENAA listing reveals that the smartphone shares similar design and specs with the Honor 8X Max. It comes with a 7.12 inch display and with a possible notch at the top. It is backed by a 4,900 mAh battery and sports dual camera setup camera setup with a LED flash at the rear stacked in a vertical arrangement on the top left corner. Under the cameras, a ‘AI Camera’ branding can be seen printed below it which is accompanied by a circular fingerprint sensor in the middle.
Unfortunately, the listing mentions nothing about the camera resolution, RAM and storage options though it will likely be powered by a SD 660/ SD 630 under the hood. The Honor 8X Max came with a 4GB RAM + 128GB internal storage and 12MP + 2MP camera configuration at the rear. The display has a resolution of FHD+ (2244 x 1080p) with a 2.5D curved tempered glass, 2% NTSC color gamut, a pixel density of 350 ppi and a screen-to-body ratio of 90%
To know more details about the smartphone we have to wait a few days until it passes another certification or officially announced by the company. Since the smartphone is launched under Huawei, we expect it to be launched simultaneously into international markets.