The Huawei Mate 8 smartphone – which recently cleared China’s 3C and is expected to be unveiled on November 26 – will be available in several variants differing in screen sizes and other hardware specs, according to a new report.
As per the report, there will be three models: one with a screen size between 5.5- and 5.7-inch, other having a large 6-inch display, and a third one with a whopping 6.2-inch screen. The base model will have a memory configuration of 3GB/32GB, while the top model will come with 128GB internal memory.
The report also notes that the 6.2-inch model will have a 2K (although that probably means QHD as 2K has never been a phone resolution) display, while the smaller models will feature a 1080p screen. As for the OS, all three models are said to be running Android 6.0 Marshmallow out-of-the-box.
Needless to say, none of this has been officially confirmed by the Chinese company, so take it with a healthy dose of salt.