Maimang 11: official the mid-range 5G (once) by Huawei

Huawei’s remarkable technological legacy is difficult to sink, with its “spiritual” heirs continuing in spite of US sanctions, from which the former spin-off Maimang has also escaped which, thanks to China Telecom, has now announced the Maimang 11.
Maimang 11: official the mid-range 5G (once) by Huawei

Following the sanctions imposed by the USA for security (and economic) reasons, Huawei, in order not to disperse its know-how, has sold some company branches, including Honor, which has become a separate company, and Maimang which, passed under the control of China Telecom Corporation, last year fielded its first middle-range under the name of Maimang 10 SE 5G in the middle of summer.

The latter has just obtained its heir thanks to the new Maimang 11. The smartphone, which made its debut in the Tianyi retailer product list with model code TYH622M, boasts an optional chassis in three alternative colors, represented by Phantom black Ink Black, from white Tianshan Twilight Snow, and from blue Xinghai. Exotic names aside, the device integrates – in the thin (8.89 mm thick) and not too heavy (210.4 grams of weight) chassis, a large, almost phablet-style, 6.7-inch display.

Specifically, it is a resolute LCD panel in HD + (therefore at 1,600 x 720 pixels), with 60 Hz refresh rate, 20: 9 panoramic aspect ratio, 269 PPI, scratch protection and water drop notch for the 8 megapixel self-camera: placed on the side of the fingerprint scanner, the back is bare enough for the totem which, on the left, vertically aligns the sensors of the dual multi-camera (despite the 3 small holes, one of which is “blind”) , from 48 (main, f / 1.8, wide angle to 26mm) and 2 (depth, f / 2.4) megapixels. On the audio side, the 3.5 mm mini-jack for headphones and earphones is kept.

At the helms of command the (Huawei) Maimang 11 places the octacore processor (2.2 GHz) Mediatek Dimensity 700, made at 7 nanometers and flanked by the Mali-G75 MC2 GPU, in the name of an elaboration set that also includes the image processor MiraVision, the APU 3.0, and the modem for 5G. There are two configurations of RAM and storage (expandable via microSD up to a further 512 GB), with the customer being able to choose between the 8 + 128 GB version and the 8 + 256 GB version, respectively priced at 1,799 and 1,999 yuan (approximately 256 and 285 euros).

Besides the rest of the published data sheet, in favor of the Maimang 11 of the Huawei school there is also the battery, from 6,000 mAh, designed to guarantee fast charging at 22.5W, and the operating system, Android 11.

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