In the Todays age were Technology is being progressing day-by-day but becoming also less protective but not with the Huawei Honour 6 Plus launched today. Huawei has launched two new smartphones in India: the Honor 4X and the Honor 6 Plus, both equally capable handsets in their respective price categories, at least on paper.
The Honor 6 Plus flaunts a 5.5-inch full HD display with a 1080×1920 pixel resolution and pixel density of 401ppi. The screen uses the new Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Under the hood is a HiSilicon Kirin 925 octa-core (quad-core Cortex-A15+quad-core Cortex-A7) processor paired with Mali-T628 GPU, and 3GB of RAM. The 16 GB/32 GB ROM and the microSD card support of up to 128 GB are capable of meeting the demand for large storage capacity.
The talking point of the Honor 6 Plus is the bionic parallel dual-lens camera at the back. There are two 8-megapixel rear sensors situated right beside each other with a dual-LED flash. The company says that the thought behind this camera lens is to capture twice as much light for clearer more precise results. It embeds patented Vision Camera technology (inspired by how the human eye functions) that improves low-light imaging, and even captures things that are not visible to the human eye. As per the company, the two cameras capture images at a resolution of 4160×3120 pixels as showcased in the Shots.
Additionally, the Honor 6 Plus carries the DNA of the Honor series in terms of high-performance selfies. With the Sony 8 MP BSI front camera, a wide angle of 22 mm, and a capture angle of 80 degrees, users can have a larger selfie range under panoramic mode.
Bullet Resistance - The design inspiration of the Honor 6 Plus comes from the imagination and exploration of a night sky full of stars. The night sky texture on its rear cover, a zinc alloy protective support that is produced after six-layer composite processes, and 93 main processes, bring the optimal look and feel to the Honor 6 Plus. The fiberglass base of the rear cover, which is as hard and bullet-proof as a military helmet, prevents the Honor 6 Plus from bending due to external force. Checkout in the Video.
Connectivity options include dual-SIM support (LTE support on both), Wi-Fi, and Bluetooth 4.0. On the software front, it runs on Android KitKat wrapped under its new Emotion 3.0 UI.
It also packs a 3,600mAh battery, which the company claims lasts over 2.81 days over ordinary usage, and 1.25 days during heavy usage. The smartphone is priced at Rs 26,499 and will be exclusively available on Flipkart. The Honor 6 Plus will be available sometime in April, and the company promises to roll out more details soon.
Dual Camera Shots!
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