Huawei Honor 6 Plus Review
Huawei’s Latest Smartphone Device
Huawei’s latest device, the Honor 6 Plus, has been available for a few weeks now and is a step above the Honor 6. It packs a metal and glass body, 5.5-inch 1080p display, quad-core processor and 3GB of RAM. But that’s not necessarily the most impressive part — it also has dual 8MP cameras that are capable of some neat tricks, too.
Following on from the well priced and highly specced Honor 6, the Honor 6 Plus adds more screen and doubles up on cameras on the rear.
The Honor 6 Plus certainly has a familiar sounding name, and I wouldn’t be surprised if it’s ruffled some feathers over at Cupertino, especially considering it also sports a full HD, 5.5-inch display.
Currently available in China, there’s no word on whether this $300 (around £200, AU$380) phone will make it to other markets, but what it does show is the fledging brand’s ambition to become a leading phone manufacturer.
Video about Honor 6 Plus
Honor – owned by Huawei – has packed in a lot of tech under the hood with a 1.8GHz octa-core processor, 3GB of RAM, 16GB or 32GB of internal storage and a 3600mAh battery.
In terms of design the 6 Plus is identical to the Honor 6, only slightly larger. A silver band runs round three sides of the device providing a slightly premium look from a far, with the bottom edge left unloved with a microUSB port for company.
The Honor 6 Plus doesn’t look or feel anywhere near as premium as the iPhone 6 Plus up close however, although it is well made with a strong frame.
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Source: John McCann
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