And the software support is not to shabby too, Bluboo just announced the first OTA update for Maya Max model will be rolled out pretty soon. It should mainly focus on optimizing the user experience with adding OTG support and weather app in the main interface. OTG, short for USB OTG or USB On-The-Go, allows devices such as phones or tablets to act as a host for other plugged in equipment. This enables the Maya Max model to connect to an SD card reader, USB thumb drive or even portable hard drive and read, move and copy files. The feature is perfect for those of you on the go who want to be able to move movies, video, photos and other data without the need of a PC. And the adding weather app in the main interface makes it much easier for users to get instant weather information. This tweak is indeed considerate and convenient.
As the second Bluboo model from the Maya lineup, Bluboo Maya Max comes with a 6-inch screen, the MediaTek MT6750 octa-core processor, 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, 13 mega-pixel main camera, 4200mAh battery, a fingerprint scanner, and a USB Type C port. Learn more about Maya Max here, You can have one Bluboo Maya Max in here.