Huawei Honor 6X Appeared in the Database of TENAA
The high-end smartphone of Huawei released this summer is Huawei Honor 6. One of the special features of the phone is the octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 920 processor with four cores clocked at 1.7GHz and another four cores working at 1.3GHz. A new leak from TENAA (the FCC in China) gives the hint that a new variant of Honor 6 might be announced soon.
The name of the upcoming model is Huawei Honor 6X and it seems it is going to be a phablet. The TENAA database reveals that there will be two variants of the device. One of them is coming to China Unicom while the other will land on the shelves of China Mobile. Overall the specs and the capabilities of the Honor 6X are the same, except the connectivity capabilities.
The unannounced phablet is equipped with a 5.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1080p. In the gut of the device is working an octa-core CPU set at 1.8GHz. There are 3GB RAM in the phablet according to the database of TENAA. It runs on Android 4.4 KitKat OS. It is expected to come with two options for the storage – 32GB and 64GB. Huawei has provided a microSD slot for cards. The Honor 6X is packed not with two but with three cameras as the leak reveals. The primary rear camera is a dual snapper with 8MP. There is a chance that the new phone would bring 3D effect, in tune with the growing trend for mobile devices this year. The main camera can record 1080p video.
The upcoming Huawei Honor 6X supports 2G, 3G and 4G LTE for the Chinese carriers. The phablet features an IR blaster. It is still unknown when the large-sized smartphone will go for sells. Stay tuned.