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The Huawei Mate 8, P9, P9 Plus, Honor 8, V8, Note 8 and 6X are all set to receive stable Android Oreo updates in China soon after a few rounds of public beta tests.
It's not called Honor V8 Max, but Honor Note 8, and Huawei bets on sheer size of both the display and battery, as well as relative affordability here.
It seems the Huawei Honor V8 Max will eventually go official as Honor Note 8 early next week at a starting price of around $300.
The Huawei Honor 8 may not be quite as high-end and advanced as the Honor V8, but it arguably provides excellent bang for buck, at $300 or so and up.
With likely a few weeks to go until its formal introduction, the Huawei Honor 8 (not V8) lays all its cards on the table, via certification authority Tenaa.
The third-largest smartphone manufacturer in the world is rumored to be moving the goal posts to more conservative positions for the year.
Not the Honor V8, the Honor 8. It supposedly has a couple of glass panes for some inspired design and a dual-camera unit on the back.
The Huawei Honor V8 isn't a carbon copy of the P9 or P9 Plus, but it's pretty darn close, with a dual non-Leica rear camera in tow, and 4GB RAM.
What should we make of this odd SoC data in newly uncovered Honor V8 benchmarks? Could it really be what it seems?
There are two remarkably high-end Huawei Honor V8 variants in the pipeline, both with dual rear cams in tow, one with a 1080p screen, the other Quad HD.
More specifications come out of the rumor mill about the upcoming Honor V8 while a follow-up to the Honor 7i may be in the form of the Honor 8i.