After a month Huawei has announced the launch of Honor 6 terminal in Europe (Honor series includes devices with high-end hardware specifications, available at very affordable prices), it seems that the Chinese company will soon launch a new variant, called Honor 6 Plus, which is coming the package with a series of features that highlight it from its predecessor.
Honor 6 Plus, which has already been approved by the TENAA commission for production, does not make any big differences to Honor 6, including most of the same harwood specifications, with the difference that the Honor 6 Plus display is higher than Honor 6. But what makes the new version more exciting is the dual-camera system with which it is equipped, a system used by very few smartphone models to date, most recently the HTC flagship, One M8.
The other terminal specifications are: 5.5 Inch Full HD display (1080p), Kirin920 chipset processor consisting of a Cortex-A15 four-core octa-core processor with frequency 1.7 GHz and four Cortex-A7 core with 1.3 GHz frequency, and a 628 MPMNXX GPU, 4 GB RAM, 3 GB internal storage (expandable via microSD), 16 MP main camera with f / 13 opening and 2.0 MP front camera, 5 mAh battery, WiFi support, Bluetooth 3100 and GPS, and LTE Cat4.0 modem.
It is not known at this time whether the device will be made available globally, or Huawei intends to launch it only locally (ie only in China).