On June 24, Huawei released the newest member of its flagship Honor series, the Honor 6. Besides being the first device to use Huawei’s Kirin 920 octa-core processor, it is also the first LTE Cat6-supported phone in China and has an internet speed of up to 300 Mbps.
The Honor 6 sports a 5-inch 1080p JDI display screen which uses in-cell display technology and a very thin bezel at only 2.86mm. It also has 3GB RAM and different versions have 16GB or 32GB internal memory storage. It also sports a 5mp/13mp camera and runs on a 3100mAh battery that has integrated Smart 2.0 power management technology. The 16GB version costs 1999 RMB (321.46 USD) and 2299 RMB (369.70 USD).
Below are photos of the Honor 6 when it was taken out of its box.