The phone packs a 5.2-inch display with a resolution of 1080 x 1920, 3 GB of RAM, and 32 GB of flash storage that can be expanded all the way up to 128 GB. The phone is powered by a 64-bit, octa-core Kirin 920 system-on-a-chip—made in-house by Huawei itself, and a beefy 2,600 mAh battery. As for the device’s software, you’ll find that the P8 has Android Lollipop skinned with Huawei’s EMUI 3.1.
Huawei P8 Overview Updated June 29, 2016
Four 'Huawei P8' stories
April 2015 - February 2016
Huawei P8 Stories February 29, 2016
Now that Samsung, LG, Sony and Alcatel have announced their flagship phones for 2016, its competition won’t be far behind. HTC is expected to announce the One M10 soon and Huawei will unveil the P9. While new phones are exciting, perhaps even better news is that last year’s best phones are now available at lower prices, and they’re still great smartphones.
Huawei P8 Stories June 3, 2015
As expected, the Huawei P8 Lite has now landed in the United States. The phone isn’t exactly the first of its kind—the Alcatel OneTouch Idol 3 and the ZenFone 2 fall into the same category—but it’s a notable addition to the available mid-range offerings in the US. It’s a stripped down version of the company’s P8, as you might expect… expand full story
Huawei P8 Stories April 15, 2015
Ditching the Ascend name, Huawei has today announced its P8 flagship smartphone, most notably packing a steel metal construction and some nifty new camera features built around a 13-megapixel main shooter with optical image stabilization. Of course the software on the device got a bump into 2015 as well, bringing on board Google’s Android Lollipop (or at least Huawei’s version of it). expand full story
Huawei is about to announce its next flagship, the Huawei P8, and you can watch the livestream of the global announcement right here. There’s not much known about the P8 besides the fact that Huawei is doing away with the “Ascend” part of its name, but the company is teasing a “Revamp the possibilities of light” motto for today’s event—meaning we might be seeing some kind of new screen or camera technology. expand full story