CES2016-Huawei launches their ultimate flagship Mate 8 with giant screen, huge battery and huge forces.
Huaweis Mate series is intended for those who would like to have things in one size larger. With the latest variant, Mate 8, seems the Chinese manufacturer to be keen to follow the concept all the way to the door.
As such, the phone is no secret, it debuted in the Chinese domestic market last month-but at this year’s CES-consumer electronics trade show company now gives their superstar an international debut.
With Mate 8 do you get sort of Mate 7, a huge display that dominates a prettily designed metal body. The cell phone is still a colossus, but by reducing the frame around the screen is it continues to operate.
“Even if the screen is on the whole six inches, we have put a lot of work to maintain the feeling of a delicious and elegant device, which provides a pleasant and efficient user experience,” explains Director of Huawei Denmark, Thor Gøtz.
The hops with Mate 8 must, however, be found in the Interior, which gets a thorough overhaul. Everything from processor to the camera are strengthened, while the software now is better to exploit for many forces.
Specifications Huawei Mate 8
Goal: 157.1 x 80.6 x 7.9 mm, 185 gram
Screen: 6 “Full HD display, 368, 95% PPIS NTSC colors, 1500:1 contrast
Performance: Kirin 950 octa-core (4 x 2, 3 GHz + 4×1, 8 GHz), 3 GB RAM, i5 co processor
Battery: 4,000 mAh with quick-charge and reverse charging
Camera: 16MP, f/2.0 lens with optical image stabilization, 8MP camera front
Storage: 32 GB
Software: Android 6.0 Marshmallow + Emotion UI
Moreover: fingerprint reader, NFC, split-screen fashion
New advanced mechanics
Villas in Mate 8 is not just to the eyes before taking it into use. In the engine room, it is now a new Kirin 950 chipset it reigns, and thanks to new A72 architecture gives it more than a doubling of performance. The first tests suggests that Huawei surpasses market fastest Android phones.
At the same time, the new mechanics more moderate by being that 70 percent more energy efficient than in the past.
Generally speaking, you probably rarely a shortage of power with Mate 8, which offers one of the largest mobile batteries with 4,000 mAh to share out. It goes to over two days use according to Huawei.
Should you nonetheless run out, can the supplied quick charger tanks up to half of the battery up in half an hour – enough for a days use.
Split-software and powerful camera
To take advantage of the advanced technique is the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow accompanied by an updated Emotion UI interface from Huawei. The interface borrows many elements from Apple’s iOS to continue, but expand them with, for example, split screen function for multitasking.
Camera sounds at 16 megapixels, boosted by a bright f/2.0 lens with optical stabilization – which should ensure better results – especially in a dark environment. Front camera is also improved and now offers 8 megapixels to selfie-enthusiasts.
Spring debut for a sharp price
Huawei Mate 8 comes with 32 GB of storage and will come in two shades of gray: ‘ Moonlight Silver ‘ or ‘ Space Gray ‘.
The Danish launch is planned for the month of March, while the suggested retail price sounds at 4,599 crowns.