The Huawei P8 was expected to be unveiled at an MWC event in March earlier. However, according to Jerry Huang, Huawei’s director of communications, the flagship device will be unveiled at an event in London on 15 April which means the Huawei P8 release date UAE will be in April or May. The Huawei P8 Dubai price is expected to be ranging from 1250AED to 1350AED or SAR (~2500EGP).
Huawei is currently working on their next big thing, the Huawei P8 which won’t include “Ascend” in its title. The successor of the Huawei Ascend P7 was expected to show up in an MWC event in March, but looks like Huawei is planning something different for their flagship device. The hardware details are still not officially announced but the phone will be an “absolution beauty” according to the company. Keep reading to learn more about the upcoming Huawei P8 Dubai price.
Like the Huawei Ascend P7, the Huawei P8 features a phablet like 5.2-inches screen showing 1080p resolution. The screen size is slightly bigger than the successor which is not the case for the resolution. We were expecting to see QHD resolution like we see in most of the latest smartphones, but according to the Huawei CEO, QHD “just wastes battery”. We don’t know much about the design yet but we are expecting to see a thinner design in the upcoming flagship device. For those who are waiting for a good tablet like phone, it will be a good idea to check out the Huawei P8 Dubai price.
To make sure you get to run all the latest Android apps and games smoothly, the Huawei smartphone includes their in-house Kirin 930 chipset which is 64-bit enabled with an octa-core CPU. The processor will be accompanied by 3GB of RAM which means you get to do multi-tasking easily. The Ascend P7 included a quad-core processor and 2GB of RAM which means it’s quite a big jump. Users also get 32GB built-in storage instead of 16GB and expand the storage to up to 64GB using the microSD card slot. If you are looking for a phablet with good specs, you can think about waiting for the Huawei P8 release date UAE.
There is no change in the rear camera megapixel-wise. However, it is optically stabilized and expected to feature better technology than the previous one. It will feature dual LED flash and other common features like autofocus and geo tagging. The front camera is still a mystery but we are hoping to see the same 8-megapixel camera with some improvement or maybe a flash like some latest smartphones. A 2600mAh battery will be powering up the device which is not really a big update from the 2500mAh one. Other notable features are: Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and GPS. If you want a good camera phone, you can think about waiting for the Huawei P8 release date UAE.
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