While you may argue that bigger is not necessarily always better when it comes to smartphones and hit the nail on the head, there’s no denying that handsets with large form factors are the in-thing these days. No wonder that an increasing number of Chinese manufacturers are today keen on rolling out their own phablet to the market, Bluboo being no exception that ongoing trend.

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Earlier in August, the company launched its new 6.0-inch Maya Max which has since created quite some stir in the mid-range smartphone sect of the market. If you are not already familiar with the Bluboo Maya Max, it comes equipped with the new-generation MediaTek MTK6750, a midrange SoC that blends together the bests of both MT6755 and MT6753 chipsets with 4G Cat6 support, eight Cortex A53 core (1.5GHz), 4GB LPDDR3 RAM support, as well as the Mali-T860 GPU. This superior configuration compared to the most other devices in its league ensures a smoother and much more fluent multitasking experience.

The device carries a 6.0-inch JDI High Definition display with OGS technology that brings richer and sharper visual experience with higher transparency and higher sensitivity., besides multi-touch support.

Other key specs and features include Android 6.0 Marshmallow, 13MP primary camera with Sony 214 sensor, 8MP front camera, NXP speaker, one of the fastest fingerprint reader around, and USB Type-C. port As for the design and build quality, the Bluboo Maya Max is made of 6000-series aluminum alloy that not only gives it a superior build quality, but an exquisite look. You can check out more of Bluboo Maya Max on Bluboo’s official website.

On a related note, Bluboo is currently holding it annual new year sales that offer several different models of Bluboo handset at heavily discounted prices. You can check out the Bluboo’s new year sales here.