Huawei Maimang 5 Has Just Landed in China

Several days ago, Huawei launched the Honor V8 in China. The third largest smartphone company does not seem to rest, it has just released the Huawei Maimang 5, according to a report by Phone Radar. Maimang 5 is the successor of Maimang 4 which was released a year ago.

Outside of China, the Maimang 4 goes by the name of Huawei G8. It is only logical to assume that the Maimang 5 will be called G9 in other countries. There is a G9 Lite that was launched earlier in the year.

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The Maimang 5 is hardly Huawei’s flagship phone. In fact, the device is a middle-range smartphone lucky to be powered by the Snapdragon 625 chipset. The device sports a 5.5inch full HD IPS LCD display with 1080p screen resolution, 4GB RAM, 64GB internal storage, 3,340 mAh battery capacity, 16-megapixel three-axis OIS camera, 8-megapixel front camera, fingerprint scanner, USB-C, 4G support, and Android Marshmallow. There is a 3GB RAM variant that comes with 32GB internal storage. The device also has Emotion UI 4.1, which is Huawei’s custom UI. The exterior design is metal-clad with rounded edges.

The device will cost 2599 Yuan, equivalent to $389. The 3GB variant will cost 2399 Yuan, which translates to $360. Stocks will be available from July 31st.