Maze Alpha Android phablet surfaces online
Maze Mobile is a Chinese company established in 2012, headquartered in Shenzhen. The brand's first handset, dubbed Maze Blade, was unveiled a few days ago and should hit the market soon (pre-orders are already open). However, a second Maze device is also expected to launch this spring. Its name is Maze Alpha, and it comes with a very attractive, bezel-less design, next to a set of good specs.
According to Evan Blass, the Maze Alpha has an unspecified octa-core SoC inside, next to 4 GB/64 GB or 6 GB/128 GB memory/storage variants, as well as a 6-inch full HD display protected using Corning Gorilla Glass 4. The phablet has a dual camera setup on the back that uses Sony hardware, bringing together a 13 MP sensor and another one with unknown resolution. At last, the Maze Alpha is known to use a 4,000 mAh battery and would obviously launch with Android Nougat already installed.
There are no details about the price and launch date of the Maze Alpha for now, but those interested can sign up on the company's website to receive the news as soon as they become available. Maze Mobile was expecting to launch this phablet in April, but a minor delay is now apparently in the cards.
Evan Blass (on Twitter)