Bluboo Maya Max Full specs revealed: 6-inch display, 4200mAh & More

by Jed John 1

A fresh leak about the specs details of the expected Bluboo Maya Max has surfaced online and its put to rest speculations about the specs the device will pop clutching. The leak which packs lots of juicy details about the device, is coming barely a month after an image render of the device appeared on the internet. 

Bluboo Maya specs

The leak details the Bluboo Maya Max as featuring a large 6-inch JDI display with 720pixel resolution. You don’t have to worry about the large display cracking up when the device falls as there is a Gorilla Glass 4 protective shield over the display.  The device is also said to be made of an aluminum alloy unibody and has IP63 certification which means that it is dustproof and has protection against spraying water. Can you beat that?

The device will be powered by a 2.5GHz Octa-core MediaTek MT6750 processor with Mali-T860 GPU. The processor is backed up by a 3GB RAM and the device provides a nice 32GB inbuilt storage bank.Bluboo Maya Max Specs

If you’re a camera freak, the Bluboo Maya isn’t going to disappoint you with a cool 13MP rear facing camera that sports a Sony IMX 214 sensor. The device also features an 8MP camera up front for selfie snapshots.

The Bluboo Maya Max boots Android 6.0 Marshmallow from launch day and crams a very massive 4200mAh battery pack under its hood.

Looks like Bluboo isn’t a bit ready to compromise on Maya Max’s sound quality because the Maya Max is tipped to carry an upgraded version of its audio management chip. The chip will be used by the device for independent audio processing decoding to support HiFi audio. The exquisite Maya Max also packs NXP’s Smart PA module, which is said to be audio amplifiers for portable devices. NXP is a well-established player in the audio market, so we should expect an outstanding quality speaker on the Maya Max.

Connectivity options available on the device include 2G, 3G, 4G VoLTe and CAT 6. I can’t forget to mention that the Bluboo Max has a Fingerprint sensor as well as USB Type-C standard data cable port which wasn’t featured on the Bluboo Maya released recently.

It is expected that the Bluboo Maya Max will be unveiled this month or in August but that cannot be confirmed now. We hope to get more details about when the device will launch soon until then, keep wondering about what price the Maya Max will carry.