Bluboo Maya Max is the second model from the Maya lineup and looking at the specs it’s quite clear the performace jump compared to the basic Maya is going to be huge.
The Max will also be pretty big with 6-inch JDI display most probably with HD resolution, octa-core MT6750 processor clocked at 1,5 GHz, 3GB RAM and 32 GB of storage. Battery should have 4200 mAh capacity and as for the cameras we should see rear 13 Mpix one with the Sony IMX214 sensor and the front with 8 Mpix shooter. The phone should be available on the market somewhere in August.
But that’s not everything, because Bluboo are finally boarding the modern technology train and the Maya Max will be the first one from their lineup to offer the USB Type-C port. The USB-C connector is finally starting to become a standard even for the smaller chinese manufacturers and that’s certainly a positive thing.
Maya Max is also allegedly going to be a quite good audio device with an intelligent NXP PA chip and the rumors are also mentioning the IP63 resistance standard. Looking forward to it.
Pricing for the Bluboo Maya Max hasn’t beem revealed yet, but we should expect some reasonable midrange one. But if you want to look for something budget, then for example the Bluboo Picasso is available just for $49.99 dollars in a sale event.