Talking about the Huawei Honor X6 which has got certified for sale in China earlier this month might actually end up being sold as Honor 6 Plus. Regardless of which the company will use the name for selling it.
The Huawei handset is due to be unveiled on December 16 and according to Chinese media, the Honor 6 Plus will be priced CNY 3,299. That’s around $536 or €431 at the current exchange rates, and represents a slight departure from the Honor brand’s traditional affordability, aka mid-range.
Particularly in China cheap smartphones come with better specs, so this price level isn’t necessarily what you’d expect from an Honor branded phone. Further, it now looks like Huawei is also planning to play a premium game here, if the pricing rumor pans out.
Speaking about the handset specifications, which goes with Huawei’s own Krin 925 chipset, clocked at 1.8GHz octa-core CPU, a Mali-T628 GPU and support for LTE Cat.6 networks respectively. However, the processor has four Cortex-A15 cores for best performance, and four Coortex-A7 cores for battery life power-ups.
The screen resolution of the Honor 6 Plus as benchmark shows has a 1800×1080 pixels display, which it means that Huawei will employ software-rendered Android buttons on board for this model, and the full HD display res will be 1080p.
The main selling point of the Glory 6 Plus will depends on its dual rear camera setup, which has already been revealed, and in fact it got a 3GB RAM will come pre-installed on this device as well, for all your multitasking needs and 32GB of internal storage will be available as well. Google’s Android 4.4 KitKat will ship with this device with Huawei’s Emotion UI on top of it. And it will measure 150.46 × 75.68 × 7.5mm while it will weight 165 grams.
Source (in Chinese) | Via