H’Max reveals MX9 phablet; is only 7mm thick, has 1GB ROM, and uses MTK8382 quad-core processor

by Frank Tu 0

H’Max recently introduced their newest phone tablet, the MX9, a phablet that resembles a cellphone the most.


By just looking at the MX9, you would have a hard time distinguishing it from a regular smartphone. It has a very narrow screen frame. On top of the screen are the receiver, front-camera, and sensor. The battery cover is made of magnalium. This device is available in gold and silver, and is only about 7mm thick.


Like the majority of phablets, the MX9 uses a processor from MTK. In this case, it is the MTK8382 quad-core chipset. It supports WCDMA/GSM dual-SIM, has 1GB RAM and 16GB ROM, and also sports a 2mp/8mp dual-camera. Its OS is kitkat-customized. It also sports a 6.95-inch OGS screen with 1024 x 600 resolution.


As of now, no price has been revealed.