Huawei has launched the Honor 6 Plus at an event in Beijing. This device is the follow up to the Honor 6 which was launched in Europe last month.
Honor 6 Plus is a better version of the Honor 6. It features a 5.5-inch 1080p display, up from 5-inches, Octa-core Kirin 925 SoC, with low-power I3 coprocessor for fitness tracking, 3GB of RAM, 16GB/32GB of internal storage.
One feature which has caught the attention is the presence of dual 8 MP cameras. It will allow for advanced depth capture and refocusing after you have taken your shot, just like HTC’s most recent flagship. This setup also features larger light capturing pixels within the camera sensor.
Along with the great specs, Huawei is also offering various additional deals – 100GB of free cloud storage, access to over 8 million global WiFi hotspots, and the option to make use of the company’s own SoftSIM data roaming subscription service. SoftSIM will start-up exclusively in China in the first quarter of 2015 and offers access to data for 80 cents per 20MB or approximately $4.5 per day.