Bluboo Maya Max presale just started a week ago. Following the presale, some Maya Max rumors stating that Bluboo is working on the OS of the flagship where the expected Android 6.0 will be upgraded to the Android 7.0 which is also named Android N. If the rumors were true, the Bluboo fans would get excited for the new Android release on their favorite smartphone brand.
When Compared to Android 6.0, Android N packs a ton of new features that enhance the overall performance and features of the smartphone. As per the company, with the optimized JIT compiler, it not only improves triple to six times faster of run time but also makes the speed of installation of apps 75% faster. Besides, Android supports Vulkan, a new 3D rendering API that provides explicit, low-overhead GPU control and offers a significant boost in performance for draw-call heavy applications.
As we already know, the Android N (Android 7.0) also uses a good encryption method which enables users to encrypt a single file instead of merely supporting encrypting an app or a zipped package. While looking to the functions, the multi-window support of the OS is a considerable feature with a lot of usability enhancements. For multi-taskers, the feature is very capable of providing a great user-friendly interface for faster switching between the applications and running processes.
As we already mentioned in our early articles, specs of the Bluboo Maya Max include a big 6.0-inch JDI display, an octa-core MTK6750 processor clocked at 1.5 GHz coupled with 3 GB RAM and 32 GB ROM. 13.0 MP rear and 8.0 MP front cameras power the smartphone for higher capability. A fingerprint sensor is also there for enhancing the security of the device.
The original retail price for Maya Max is set at $179.99, but from August 17th to August 31st you can get it for a presale price of $159.99. One of the lucky buyers will get free Maya Max accessories including original explosion-proof film and protective back case.