Huawei has been on a roll this year and has released a series of top-end devices including Nexus 6P and the upcoming Huawei Mate 8. Huawei P9 Max is the company’s latest speculated high-end Smartphone which has just come to spotlight via the AnTuTu benchmarks, giving us a very limited information regarding its specifications.
The site’s result also disclosed addition of Huawei’s recently released Kirin 950 SoC processor to the flagship.
The phablet device has appeared on the Benchmarks by the name of P9 50S. The Huawei P9 Max would feature a 6.2-inches screen with 1600 ×2560 pixels screen resolution and 486ppi pixel density.
The AnTuTu listing also acknowledged that the handset will have an octa-core Kirin 950 SoC processor and would also sport Mali-T880 MP4 GPU along with 4GB of RAM.
Conspicuously, the chipset was launched by the Chinese telecommunication giant last week in an event held in Beijing.
The processor embraces four Cortex-A72 cores clocked at 2.3GHz along with four Cortex A-53 cores clocked at 1.8GHz.
The site’s listing, as shared by GizmoChina, also revealed that the yet to be announced phablet will run Android 6.0 Marshmallow and will feature 64GB of internal memory.
The Huawei P9 Max scored 73,759 in the Benchmarks with the 3D graphics scoring 16,882 which is not much remarkable as compared to Meizu Pro 5 with scores 76,244 and 23,393 respectively. It is noticeable that the Meizu device comes with a Samsung octa-core Exynos 7420 processor and a Mali T-760 MP8 GPU.
The company has not yet announced any official launch date and price for the device.
Huawei is also planning to launch its Mate 8 Phablet which is expected to be unveiled on November 26. Mate 8 is also rumored to carry the Huawei’s Kirin 950 processor along with 6-inches QHD display and a 16MP primary camera with OIS.