Rumors of Huawei's P9 series are slowly building up
speed. The Huawei P9max, codenamed P950S, passed through AnTuTu, revealing some
interesting specs. Its predecessor, the Huawei P8max, had a massive 6.8"
1080p screen, but the P9max will be different.
The benchmark detected 1,600 x 2,560px resolution.
That's much sharper and points to a 16:10 screen. It will be a smaller screen
though, its diagonal was an estimated 6.2". Note that benchmark
estimations are not very accurate. Still, it can't be 0.6", can it?
Anyway, the Huawei P9max will be powered by the new
Kirin 950 chipset, paired with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage. The benchmark scores
were lower than other K950 scores so this must be an early version of the
software. The software was based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The P9 family may sport a dual-camera setup on its
back, but there's relatively little info about it.