Honor 6 Plus Review
Huawei isn’t just chucking in a couple of cameras and calling it a day. The 7.5mm thick Honor 6 Plus shares the black glass design of the Honor 6, and has a metallic-looking strip running down the sides.
Honor’s betting big on Android phablets this year. The Huawei-owned brand launched its budget 5.5-inch 4X last week that we liked a lot, and I’ve been playing with the high-end 6 Plus (sound familiar?) over the past few days.
The Honor 6 Plus is again a 5.5-inch affair, with a slim bezel, metal accents and dual cameras on the back. It features Huawei’s own Kirin 925 octa-core processor with an integrated GPU, and packs oodles of power to take on some of the best phones available right now. But can it keep up with the competition? Let’s take a closer look.
Video About Honor 6 Plus
For a plastic phone, the 6 Plus certainly feels solid. The front fascia looks fairly plain and most of it is taken up by the 5.5-inch screen. I was hoping that the lack of hardware buttons for home, back and menu would make for a smaller device, but it’s just about the same size as my OnePlus One.
On the right side, you’ll find a volume rocker, power button and two identical slots — one for your 4G Micro-SIM and the other for a MicroSD card or a nano-SIM that you can place sideways.
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