Huawei’s sub-branded Honor 6X phone is no mystery — a budget dual-camera phone was launched in China in October. Now, at CES 2017, the company officially declared the phone’s handiness within the U.S., the UK and also the remainder of Europe.
It’s a 5.5-inch smartphone with a full HD screen, dual camera on the back (a 12-megapixel device and a further 2-megapixel one), Huawei Kirin 655 chipset and 3/4GB of RAM and 32/64GB of storage, depending on the model.
The dual cameras on the rear, which area unit positioned on top of one another (unlike the cameras on the company’s Huawei P9 phone, for example), should offer low-noise photos in low light-weight conditions, fast focus and terribly sharp photos.
Huawei also points out the phone’s lasting, 3,340mAh battery, aluminum case and arcuate glass edges. The Honor 6X is accessible today in 3 colors: gray, Gold and Silver, on Honor’s online store as well as Amazon. Price in the United Kingdom is £224.99 ($276.10)