Huawei has teased its Huawei Honor Note 8, which looks to be a gargantuan phone that is a direct response to the Xiaomi Mi Max, in rather interesting ways. However, a recent appearance on Chinese telecommunications certification agency TENAA gave us some concrete details about Huawei’s latest phablet.

Huawei Honor Note 8

That would make it the big sibling of the recently launched 5.2 inch Huawei Honor 8. But the Honor Note 8 isn’t just bigger, it also has a higher-resolution display, a bigger battery, and more RAM, among other things.

Honor Note 8 will reportedly feature a 6.6-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 resolution OLED display, which is larger than the Mi Max’s 6.44-inch display of equal resolution. According to rumors, an octa-core 2.5GHz processor and 4GB RAM power the Honor Note 8, with the 64GB of native storage expandable by up to an additional 128GB through the MicroSD card slot.

The sheer size of the Honor Note 8 allows it to reportedly include an equally huge 4,400mAh battery, though we wish it was just a bit larger. By comparison, the Blu Energy XL, which has a significantly smaller footprint than Huawei’s latest phablet, includes a 5,000mAh battery.

Huawei keeps to teasers for the time being when it comes to the Honor Note 8, so the company has yet to release any availability or pricing information. However, if the company intends to compete with Xiaomi Mi Max phablet offering, for example, it will need to sell the Honor Note 8 for under $300 unlocked.