Huawei and its sub-brand Honor has revealed multiple devices today, as per their earlier schedule. The first one put-up in the series of launches is, the mid-range Honor 6A. It is the successor of the Honor 5A, and brings new interesting aspects to the line-up. Yet, it also borrows some important features, from its predecessor.
It seems that Huawei has tried to show its uniqueness, in the upcoming Honor 6A. To be precise, now the company has changed the single-piece plastic back plate into a metal one. Still, it has allocated, only plastic sits for antennas to settle down.
The camera has got a new circle redesign, like the LED flash and the fingerprint scanner. However, we can’t see any changes on the front side: the bezels are keeping up their thickness; and the on-screen navigation buttons are retained. Due to a larger battery, the 6A has immensely increased in weight than its predecessor. Yet, in terms of size, it is still the same.
Honor 6A Specs Details
Specs-wise, the Honor 6A sports a 5-inch HD display and is powered by a Snapdragon 430 processor, which supports more LTE bands than the Kirin 65x series of the Huawei’s. Further, it comes in two variants (i.e.) 2GB of RAM + 16GB of built-in storage and 3GB of RAM + 32 GB of internal storage.
For photography, the Honor 6A flaunts a 13MP Sony IMX278 sensor for the rear camera, with LED flash; and in the front, there is a 5MP front shooter. Finally, now the fingerprint sensor has captured an ideal place at the back of the phone.
The smartphone runs on Android 7.1 Nougat with Huawei’s EMUI 5.1 on top. The battery on board is a 3020 mAh unit. Even though the 435 Snapdragon do support Quick charge 3.0, the company has decided to ship the phone with a 5V/1A charger.
Honor 6A Price
The Honor 6A is priced at ¥799 ($116) for the 2GB RAM version and ¥999 ($145) for the 3GB RAM. The pre-orders for the phone will start from May 25th onward and goes on up to June 1st. Start to registering your details to get the phone in Rose, Gold, Silver or Blue color options.