Huawei is doing great as far as smartphone sales go, the company has had an extremely successful year in which their smartphone sales rose by a third, which is commendable. This China-based OEM has improved on many aspects, including hardware and software design. Huawei has also improved the reliability of their Emotion UI, and the latest iteration of that UI is really flat and quite frankly a joy to use. Huawei expects 2015 to be even better than 2015 and we expect the company to keep on pushing great devices out to the market.
Ascend Mate 7, Ascend P7, Honor 6 and Honor 6 Plus were the most popular handsets by Huawei in 2014. All of these devices are sleek in design and very powerful, though some are more expensive than others. The Honor 6 Plus smartphone is the latest device Huawei has introduced and it surprised many people, mainly because of its price. The regular 3G variant of this device costs 1,999 Yuan ($322) in China, while the dual 4G model will set you back 2,499 Yuan ($403). We’ll talk more about the specs a bit later, but this is definitely the best buy device from Huawei at the moment, at least in my humble opinion.
Huawei said that the device won’t be available in Europe and other western markets, which is a shame, but that doesn’t mean a bunch of resellers won’t ship this handset worldwide. The Honor 6 Plus is listed on OppoMart for quite some time now, but it wasn’t available until now. If you’re interested in getting this handset, you can purchase it from this reseller for $399. The device is available in White color only at the moment, and we’re talking about a 4G variant of the device here. If you’re interested, visit the source link down below.
The Honor 6 Plus features a 5.5-inch 1080p display along with 3GB of RAM for all your multitasking needs and 16 or 32GB of internal storage which you can expand via MicroSD card up to 128GB. The 3G variant of the device is available in combination with 16GB of internal storage only, while you can get the dual 4G variant of the device in either the 16 or 32GB options in China. This handset is powered by Huawei’s very own Kirin 925 octa-core processor (quad Cortex A15 + quad Cortex A7), that’s not all though, this handset apparently features an extra processor on the side which is called ISP (Dedicated Signal Image Processor). Mali T628 MP4 GPU is here to take care of graphics processing. This device ships with two 8-megapixel cameras on the back which are reportedly really good. 3600mAh battery is included in this device and it should be more than enough to last you until the end of the day.