Huawei Touts the Dual-Camera Honor 6X
Huawei today announced the Honor 6X, a follow up to the 5X that improves upon specs and design. The 6X boasts a 2.5D curved glass front and aluminum rear panel to give it a metal-and-glass chassis. The phone includes a fingerprint reader for biometric security. The display measures 5.5 inches and delivers full HD resolution. The Honor 6X relies on Huawei's own Kirin 655 processor, which uses an octa-core design with 4 high-power 2.1 GHz cores and 4 low-power 1.7 GHz cores. The processor is accompanied by 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB of storage, and the phone supports memory cards. The main camera includes a 12-megapixel sensor and secondary 2-megapixel sensor with a pro mode, bokeh, night shooting, special filters, and a wide aperture range from f/0.95 to f/16. The phone has an 8-megpaixel front-facing camera. Some of the camera tools include time-lapse, audio control, beauty/makeup mode, and food mode. The 3,340mAh battery supports up to two days of battery life. Huawei said the Honor will be made available Jan. 4 unlocked, and will be sold online. It supports US LTE bands 2, 4, 5, 12, 20, and 38. The Honor 6X costs $250, but Huawei plans to sell it for $200 during "flash sales" on Jan. 10, 17, 24, and 31.
Hands On with the Huawei Honor 6X
Huawei's latest for the unlocked crowd is the Honor 6X. This slim metal-and-glass smartphone has an attractive design and decent set of specs for a phone that costs as little as $200 if you're smart about buying it.
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Huawei's Honor 6X Adopts EMUI 5.0 and Android 7 Nougat
Huawei today began updating the Honor 6X to Emotion UI 5.0 and Android 7 Nougat. The 6X, which shipped earlier this year, included EMUI 4.1 and Android 6 out of the box.
Huawei Makes the Unlocked Honor 6X Available At Target Stores
Huawei's Honor brand today expanded the availability of the unlocked Honor 6X to some 460 Target retail stores across the country. Now, U.S.