Honor's getting into the spirit of naming phones after automobile engines, with the vendor's upcoming V8 passing certification at TENAA. Based on the certification, it looks like Honor will offer two variants of the V8: a KNT-AL10 model with a 5.7-inch Full HD display, 2.3GHz octa-core CPU, and 32GB storage; and a KNT-AL20 version with a QHD display, 2.5GHz octa-core CPU, and 64GB storage.
As highlighted in the certification images, the Honor V8 will be available in rose gold, with gold and silver options also available. Other specs include 4GB of RAM, 12MP dual camera setup at the back, 8MP front shooter, 3400mAh battery, fingerprint scanner at the back, and Marshmallow.
The phone is slated to make its debut in China on May 10, which is the same day Xiaomi plans to launch its Mi Max phablet. What do you guys make of the phone?