Earlier this month, an Honor device which was assumed to be V8 Max was spotted on TENAA with 6.6-inch Quad-HD display and 4400 mAh battery. However, according to a teaser shown by the company on its China website, the V8 Max will actually be called Note 8, or the V8 Max will be a different device altogether.
The teaser pops up on the website after a few seconds of being opened. The teaser shows a guy tearing a notebook apart, breaking a plastic scale and then throwing a CRT monitor as well. The teaser is in the form of GIF image, you can check it out here.
The device which was assumed as V8 Max carried Kirin 950 processor clocked at 2.3. It also featured 3 GB RAM and had 32 GB internal storage. It carried model number EDI-DL00. However, another device has been spotted on TENAA which is expected to be the Note 8. It carries model number EDI-AL10 and sports a processor clocked at 2.5 GHz along with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB internal storage.
The device looks similar to the one spotted earlier on TENAA. All other specs are also similar, except processor frequency, RAM and internal storage. It has the same 6.6-inch Quad-HD screen and 4400 mAh battery along with the 13 MP rear and 8 MP front camera. There’s also a fingerprint scanner at the back of the device.
Coming back to the teaser, if you observed it properly, it says something about 6.44-inch display. Well, it’s Honor reportedly mocking Xiaomi’s Mi Max which has 6.44-inch Full-HD display. The teaser also keeps showing ‘Note 8’ and ‘2K’, which confirms Note 8 featuring a 2K display.