Huawei honor 6 review

The durable and stylish mid-range smartphone is stuffed with top-notch features and built with 6-layer high composite technology.
5-inch, 1920×1080 pixel display, Huawei
Hisilicon Kirin 920 chipset, octa core
(Quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A15 & quadcore 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7) processor, 3 GB
RAM, 16GB ROM (11.55GB available to
user), 13.0 MP rear camera with dual LED
flash, 5.0 MP front camera, Android 4.4.2
Bright and crisp display, long battery
life, build quality, 6-layer high composite
technology, octa core processor, supports
4G network
Glossy plastic attracts smudges, mediocre
Huawei Honor 6 is loaded with a bunch  of features and has the similar striking  interface like Honor 3C. Though this  one comes with some enhancements and is  more durable and beautiful.

 The Stunning Appearance: 

Huawei uses  6-layer high composite technology to build  Honor 6. This makes it a stunningly beautiful  smartphone that feels great in hand. The  technology produces a tactile experience with a  Spin effect texture finish that takes smartphone  design to a new level of craftsmanship. On the  sides, it gets a metallic rim with silver finish  that adds extra flavor in its design.

Extraordinary mid-segment smartphone:  

It has 5-inch, 1080×1920 pixel, IPS LCD display  that delivers awesome picture quality. Whether  you play with the phone, surf Internet, or enjoy  videos, the full HD display pleases your eyes.
 Its rear speaker produces loud and crisp sound  that allows you to enjoy movies and songs.
Huawei runs on Android 4.4 KitKat over  Emotion UI 2.3, which feels rather nifty. The  UI comes with a big difference – no app tray,  means all the apps reside on multiple home screens, the app icons and menu layouts are  also different than usual. The lock screen  has been tweaked to provide instant access  to media controls, torch and calculator (that  are unavailable if you set PIN to unlock your  phone). The ultra power saving mode converts  the device into a basic utility phone (call and  sms) for saving battery life. It packs Hisilicon  Kirin 920 octa core processor, 3 GB RAM, 16  GB ROM and cat 6 LTE (promises speed of up  to 300 mbps) that makes it outstanding, even  in comparison to high-end devices such as  Samsung Galaxy Alpha.

 The smartphone boasts of a 13 MP touch  focus camera with dual LED flash at the rear  and 5 MP camera at the front. The rear camera  clicks nice images even in low light and comes  with several modes such as smart, beauty,  etc. The Best Photo mode chooses the best  shot out of 10 clicks, the Audio Control mode  allows you to prompt voice command to shoot  an image, the Audio Note mode allows you  to simultaneously record 10 sec audio while  clicking the image and the watermark mode is  also available. You can shoot the usual 1080p  and 720p resolutions video with the rear  camera. The front 5 MP camera clicks quality  selfies and is decent for video chats.

 Omnipotent Li-Poly Battery: 

It houses a  3100 Li-Poly battery inside, which is nonremovable. The phone can last a day with full  charge and in our video playback testing, it  lasted for 8 hours 15 min. Bottomline:Honor 6 is a strong contender  among mid-segment smartphones with powerful performance and awesome battery life. It is  a perfect choice for people looking for a stylish  smartphone loaded with features.

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