The Chinese company hints at exceptional endurance on its upcoming phablet.
The rumored price is rather high though.
A pair of devices were spotted on Zauba and will likely release soon.
The device has gone on sale in China, where it can be purchased through both online and offline channels.
The device carries a price tag of KRW 396,000 (around $345).
That's a rise of 6% compared to the last time these figures were released.
As for other specs, the listing reveals the device sports a full HD display, has 4GB/32GB memory configuration, and features a 21MP/5MP camera combo.
The listing reveals that the device is powered by an Exynos 7870 chipset, and has 64GB storage.
An enhanced artificial-intelligence service has also been promised.
The delayed phablet with Project Tango will be available as soon as October is over.
The amount will be credited to you in 24 monthly increments if you choose the Magenta One plan.
Has dual camera on the back, and 4100mAh battery.
The mid-range offers looks quite promising with its efficient Snapdragon 625 SoC and huge battery.
The company posted 18% higher revenue and operating margin of -9% (down from -23.1% a year ago).
The slight upgrade in the camera department and other internals does come at a price hike of around $80.
An affordable 5" offering by Huawei, going on sale next week (Tuesday). China only for now.
The company is expecting that the year-end peak season and the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge smartphones will help it achieve comparable YOY earnings in Q4.
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