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Bluboo is yet another of those China-based smartphone companies. It is not exactly a big company yet, but they’ve been manufacturing quite a few smartphones over last couple of months. We recently also talked about the Bluboo Maya and the more powerful – Bluboo Maya Premium, two of the company’s latest devices. The ‘Premium’ variant hasn’t been announced yet, unlike the regular Bluboo Maya handset. And now, a source at the company has shared a full spec sheet of the Bluboo Maya Max, way ahead of it launch.

The Bluboo Maya Max will be a mid-range phablet, which will sport a 6-inch 720p (1280x720p) OGS display by JDI and protected by Gorilla Glass 4 cornering. The device will pack a 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The phablet will be powered by MediaTek’sMT6750 64-bit octa-core processor. This SoC chipset ships with the Mali-T860 MP2 GPU clocked at 520MHz. The camera of this device will sport a 13-megapixel (with a Sony IMX214 sensor) primary shooter along with the 8-megapixel camera by OmniVision at the front. This device will have a huge 4200mAh non-removable battery and offer 4G LTE connectivity with VoLTE.

The device will be framed in a sleek 6000 series aluminium body and run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The connectivity will include Bluetooth, Wi-Fi and a USB Type-C at the bottom. The device will also sport a fingerprint scanner to unlock the device quickly and easily (at the bottom of the phone). In the sound department, the device will pack a NXP Smart PA chip, which will boost the Maya max’s audio capabilities. IP63 certification of water and dust resistance will also be a part of the package.