Ever since Samsung created the phablet category with the Galaxy Note series, handsets with giant screens are no longer specials to meet unique product needs but represent average everyday offerings.
Of course, some also think of those who need more than that. An even bigger display, an even bigger battery, and it’s not detrimental if the whole thing doesn’t cost the price of an ox. The Honor X30 Max will be something like that.
According to recent reports, the smartphone in question will be launched before the Chinese holidays on November 11, at least that’s what Digital Chat Station, a trusted provider of mobile news, knows. According to the insider, the Honor X30 Max already gets a 7-inch screen that is almost competitive with tablets.
The mobile promises a massive audiovisual experience, but unfortunately, what this means is not what our hero talked about anymore.
Not only will the screen be giant. The device, which is likely to be excellent as a cutting board and ping pong racket, will store a 6000 mAh battery inside the device, which is essential for operation. The battery will also support 22.5 watts of fast charging. The mobile phone is powered by a MediaTek Dimensity 1100 chipset, which will mean keeping 5G connections and having plenty of cocoa in the phone, even if it won’t rival a model with the Snapdragon 888.
A 64-megapixel primary sensor on the back of the Honor X30 Max will serve as a 2-megapixel macro, as well as a 2-megapixel depth sensor to help capture the moment.
It is not yet known exactly when and for how much the device will be available, but if Honor is gaining global dominance in the smartphone market, it will be in dire need of mobiles like this or similar, which can become audiences ’favorites at a reasonable price.