Honor 8x Max Snapdragon 660 Version Experience: Who Says Performance And Battery Life Can Not Be Combined

[Bestbuy618 cell phone channel]On September 5, Honor released the 8X Max, which has a 7.12-inch screen, making it a true “handheld home theater.” Aside from the large screen, the Honor 8X Max has an excellent battery life. The Honor recently quietly upgraded the hardware configuration of the 8X Max, including upgrading to a higher level Snapdragon 660 processor and increasing the running memory to 6GB, allowing the phone to play games better. Furthermore, the Honor 8X Max is outfitted with a large capacity battery of 5000mAh, providing the phone with a more stable battery life.

Not only is the Snapdragon 660 processor more powerful than the Snapdragon 8X Max, but the storage configuration has also been upgraded to 6GB 64GB. The Snapdragon 636 processor is adequate for daily use for most users, but those looking for the ultimate will want to include a more powerful processor for better stability during gaming. In addition, the memory on the new Honor 8X Max has been increased to 6GB, making the gaming experience even better.

In addition to hardware upgrades, the smartphone’s focus is on system and software optimization. A customized version of the UI system not only allows old users to continue their previous habits, but it is also an important means of improving performance.

The Honor 8X Max is equipped with the EMUI 8.2 system, which makes switching between applications and cold start applications very fast.

I used the common Rabbit, GeekBench, Lu Master, and other software to run score tests on the Honor 8X Max. First and foremost, it is the AnTuTu score, as the most common scoring software in China, the AnTuTu score has extremely high comparability. The Honor 8X Max advanced version received 130,000 points in the AnTuTu score, and the highest temperature in the score was controlled within 39 degrees.

The second is the GeekBench score; as one of the best international cell phone scoring software, GeekBench scores are also highly significant. The Honor 8X Max has a single-core score of 1443 and a multi-core score of 5402. The third is the Lu Master score, which includes the experience review, HTML5 review, and AI performance review as the main items. The Honor 8X Max received a score of 121.11 in the experience review, a score of 37840 in HTML5, and a score of 235 in the AI performance review.

In fact, I dislike the pure run score, but it is currently the most direct way to demonstrate performance. In addition to the score, the performance of the game process can be very intuitive to show the phone optimization and performance. For example, in “Honor of Kings,” the Snapdragon 636 version of the Honor 8X Max can still run smoothly between 55 and 60 fps at the highest image quality.

The heating area on the Honor 8X Max phone is smaller, and it is also cooler.

The Honor 8X Max version equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 660 has greatly improved game smoothness and other aspects, in normal circumstances can maintain the frame rate between 55 to 60 fps, but the frame rate in the group battle is more stable, can allow players to better grasp each fleeting opportunity, which is why the game party back to care about higher configuration.

The Honor 8X Max has a 5000mAh battery with a capacity of 9V/2A, which is especially important for phones with large battery capacities. The battery can ensure range, but fast charging is the best way to ensure phone range in an emergency. The battery life of cell phones has greatly improved in recent years; in addition to more advanced chip technology, cell phone system performance management has also improved, allowing the phone to complete the evolution from two charges a day to two days a charge.

I tested the charging speed and power consumption speed of the Honor 8X Max.

In the charging test, the Honor 8X Max is very fast before 80 percent, but this is not obvious from the data because the battery capacity is 5000mAh. In terms of battery life, the Honor 8X Max consumed 16 percent of power for one hour of “chicken” and 14 percent of power for Honor of Kings. The Honor 8X Max performed admirably in the 5-hour 12-hour test.

With the release of the Honor 8X Max Advanced Edition, which features a large screen and a long battery life, the Honor 8X Max will go one step further and become the choice of professional gaming enthusiasts, with a large screen capable of providing greater clarity to the user.