The Huawei P8max is an Android based phablet, released by Hauwei in July 2015. It's essentially an oversized version of the Huawei P8 flagship device. It is the first smartphone to be manufactured from integrated magnesium alloy, the same material used in advanced aviation construction. It features a large 6.8" 1080P LTPS LCD display, 2.2GHz octa-core Kirin processor, and 3GB of RAM. 64GB of internal storage is available, with up to a further 64GB available with microSD (at the expense of the second SIM slot). The Huawei P8max comes with a 13MP shooter with optical image stabilisation, and a 5MP selfie shooter on the front of the device. All this runs on a non-removable 4360mAh battery.