Huawei has dropped Honor from its roster to save the team its troubles with US companies, and now another brand has separated – the China-only Maimang. The now-independent entity did not wait one bit and has already launched its new midranger, called Maimang 10 SE 5G, with a Snapdragon 480 5G chipset.
The phone comes with 6GB RAM and 128GB of storage and a trio of cameras on the back, lined up on a square island. The setup brings 13MP f/1.8 main + 2 MP f/2.4 + 2 MP f/2.4 shooters, while the selfie snapper is 8MP with an f/2.0 aperture in front.
The front-facing camera is mounted on a waterdrop notch above the 6.5” LCD. The phone packs 22.5W SuperCharge, obviously inherited from Huawei.
The Maimang brand is now part of the China Telecom Corporation which is one of the biggest carriers in the Asian country, as well as one of the major phone suppliers and distributors on the domestic market.
Currently, the Maimang 10 SE 5G can be found on JD.com where it is listed for CNY1,699. The first flash sale is already over, and the next one is scheduled for July 31. The midranger can be purchased in three colors – Black, Blue, Silver.
Source (in Chinese)