Tuesday, December 16, 2014

Huawei joins the dual camera club with their new Honor 6 Plus

If you always wanted a dual camera phone that is not made by HTC -worry not because ,Huawei just announced a new Dual camera smartphone called the  Honor 6 Plus. The phone , which uses a kind of a familiar sounding name is powered by Huawei's own Krin 935 "Octacore" processor and 3GB of Ram. The phone comes with two 8 megapixel cameras which run with a separate image signal processor to capture 3D depth information and other camera details . The phone has a 3200 mAh battery , , 32GB of onboard storage and it features a 3G and a 4G variant which supports LTE category 6 speeds (300mbps) which are priced at 1999 Yuan and 2499 Yuan respectively . (see specs below)

Display - 5.5" 1920x1080p IPS display with 1500:1 contrast ratio and 85% color accuracy made by JDI

OS - Android 4.4.4 with Emotion UI 3.0

Design - unibody smartphone 150.46 x 75.68 x 7.5mm (HeightxWidthxThickness)

Connectivity - 3G or 4G FDD LTE versions available , 4G version supports LTE Cat 6 speeds (300 mbps) GSM,HSPA+ 3G, WIFI 802.11 a/b/g/n , Bluetooth 4.0 MicroUSB 2.0 ,NFC,GPS + GLONASS+ Beidou

Processor - Octacore 1.8 Ghz Krin 925 processor (4 Cortex A15 + 4 Cortex A7 cores)
Dedicated ISP (image signal processor for camera data processing )
I3 co-processor for fitness tracking

GPU - Mali- T628 MP4 (Quadcore graphics)

Ram - 3GB

Storage - 32GB Onboard +MicroSD expansion upto 128Gb

Camera(s) - Dual 8MP rear camera , cameras set up to capture depth information and 3D image processing .camera's focus speed is mentioned to be only 0.1seconds ,variable aperture - f/0.95 upto f/16 LED flash , HD video recording at 1080p
- 5MP front camera

Battery - 3600Ah Battery

Other - camera filters , free cloud storage -100GB + free access to 8 million Wifi hotspots and special benifits to Huawei's own mobile network

Price - (3G version - Yuan 1999 - about $320 ) (4G version - Yuan 2499 - about $400)

Written by Rakitha for MasHD

Source - Engadget , Pictures via - AndroidHeadlines

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