The Honor 6 uses the Kiring 920 which is made up of four A15 cores and four A7 cores. Its GPU is the Mali-T628. This phone also sports a 5-inch 1080p touch screen, with 3GB RAM and 16/32GB internal memory space. It also has a 5mp/13mp dual-camera. Its operating system is the Android 4.4.2 and is powered. Lastly, it’s powered by a 3100 mAh battery.
Double-glass + double-reinforcement —- The Huawei Honor 6 disasembled
So How’s the first cell phone to use the Kirin 920? Let’s check it out!
Both sides are made of glass which is covered with a thermal pad.
The glass in the back is quite strong.
The motherboard is covered with a metallic shielding case, which, other than protecting the motherboard, makes the phone sturdier.
Inside the phone, it sues an L-type motherboard. More chips needed and the phone needs to be more compact to increase stability.
Top: dual flashlight
Metal shielding case
In addition to the shielding case, the phone is reinforced by a duralium case as well. According to the date it was produced, this was determined in June.
The Honor 6 uses a 3100mAh battery, making it one of the few cell phones with a 5-inch 1080p screen to use a battery with more than 3000mAh.
Right: earphone port
It sports a 5mp/13mp Sony dual-camera and supports automatic beautification function.
Middle: Noise-cancelling microphone
Right: Infrared transmitter
A close-up of the Skyworks 77590-11 GSM/GPRS/EDGE chipset.
Close-up of the HiSi Hi6401 audio chip. Both the Huawei P6 and P7 use it.
Kirin 920 + Samsung’s 3GB RAM chip
Samsung’s 16GB internal memory storage chip
The Hi6561 power management chip.
MicroUSB port, recharging port, and speaker phone
WiFi and Blu Ray chips
Unlike other cell phones:
- The Honor 6 guarantees 4G signal overflow, and uses a 3000mAh battery.
- The Honor 6 uses the new Kirin 920 processor.