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Huawei Honor 6A Offers iPhone-like Design: Specs, Features, Price & More

May 27, 2017 07:30 PM EDT


Huawei has announced its new Huawei Honor 6A this week at an event organized in China. For Chinese outlets, Huawei Honor 6A is expected to be available from June 1, 2017, with online retailers such as JD.com or Vmall. 

According to Techbes, Huawei Honor 6A is a cheap phone, which has an iPhone-like design. At just a price tag starting over $100, it offers quality designs and respectable internals. For $116, a 2GB RAM variant is available with 16 GB of storage and for $145, RAM gets increased doubling the amount of storage. Huawei Honor 6A has the capability for accepting MicroSD cards up to 128 GB.

Huawei Honor 6A highlights a 5-inch, 720p show and is controlled by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 430 chipset. At the back of Huawei Honor 6A, there's a 13-megapixel camera highlighting stage recognition self-adjust, and a unique mark sensor situated underneath. There is likewise a 5-megapixel front-confronting camera, and the battery tips the scales at a heavy 3,020mAh - a liberal limit that is certain to help that 720p screen keep going a while on a charge.

Digital Trends reported that Huawei Honor 6A has Android 7.0 Nougat, the latest Android version. The iOS/iPhone relationship bleeds into the Huawei Honor 6A's plan also. Taking a gander at it from the front, with the screen off, Huawei's budget offering is a dead-ringer for Apple's flagship, has put something aside for the absence of a physical home button. In its place, the phone has the Honor logo.

One thing which is different from the iPhones is that the Huawei Honor 6A has not got all the colors variants which the iPhone has got. Users can get the option of colors with pink, silver, gold and blue but all of these variants have the same white front. But it can be said very well, with the metal unibody construction present, Huawei Honor 6A is the one which stands out among all the other low priced budget phones.  

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