Huawei today unveiled its latest smartphone at an event in Beijing and naturally the company named the follow up to its previous generation Honor 6 device, the Honor 6 Plus. Creative.
Apart from the name there aren’t many other similarities between the Android-powered Honor 6 Plus and Apple’s iPhone 6 Plus. That is, however, other than the same size 5.5-inch display and the exact same color options (as pictured above). The previous generation Honor 6 sported a 5-inch display.
The Honor 6 Plus includes a 5.5-inch 1080p LCD, Huawei’s Kirin 925 octa-core chip, up to 32GB of onboard storage, NFC, 3G of RAM, and a 3,600 mAh battery. Its standout feature is dual rear 8-megapixel cameras that allow for a number of camera improvements and new software features over previous generation hardware.
The device will sell for around $320 USD unsubsidized for the entry-level 16GB model, or closer to $400 for access to a model with LTE, NFC, and the iPhone-like gold color option.
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