Huawei released its much awaited Honor 6 Plus last December, 2014 garnering great approvals on the part of the mobile enthusiasts as it exhibited dual symmetry technology for its primary snappers. Truly, the model’s name, Honor 6 plus, conveys more than just a promise for the mobile giant. Setting aside the camera strengths first, let’s check out the specifications of this $399 price tagged model.
Honor 6 plus shows off a diagonally measured 5.5-inch screen bearing 1080p density. Not to be limited with mere display, it is runs in 3GB Ram with power coming from the revolutionary 1.8 GHz octa-core Kirin 925 chipset. The mighty combination is housed in a 150.46 x 75.68 x 7.5mm body with internal storage capacity of 32GB and is expandable via microSD. Power source indicates a 3600 mAh battery life. Yes, this is a power phone for the midstream crowd.
Taking you back to the snapper technology exposed by Honor 6 Plus, picture aficionados will surely fall in love with the rear snapper—or shall we say, combo-snappers—with 8MP sensors but an actual sum of 13MP as two shooters combined their performance. The bigger shot of the two has an f/2.0 opening plus autofocus while its companion bears f/2.4 fixed focus with dual LED flash.
Huawei Honor 6 Plus Specifications
- Dimensions : 150.46 x 75.68 x 7.5mm; 165g
- Display : 5.5” (diagonal reach), PS LCD capacitive touchscreen
- CPU : Quad-core Cortex-A15 & quad-core Cortex-A7
- GPU : Mali-T628 MP4
- Chipset : HiSilicon Kirin 925
- RAM : 3GB
- OS : Android v4.4.2 KitKat
- Storage : (internal) 32GB; (external) expandable up to 128GB
- Camera : (primary) Dual 8MP; (front) 5MP
- Battery : 3600 mAh, non-removable Li-Po