There has been much talk about the recently announced Huawei Honor 6, where it was referenced to as the Huawei Mulan in the past, not to mention if it were to follow the numerical sequence, it could have been the Huawei Honor 4, except that the number 4 is not exactly the most auspicious in China. Having said that, the Huawei Honor 6 was spotted in alleged leaked photos as well as an AnTuTu benchmark, but since it has been revealed in the flesh, here is all the nitty gritty on it.
The Huawei Honor 6 will not arrive with a Quad HD (QHD) display unlike other high end flagship models like the LG G3, but this does not make it a slouch either. The 5” Full HD resolution ought to amble along just fine, where the side bezels has shrunk to a mere 2.36mm, resulting in an extremely viewable form factor. The chassis itself measures 139.8mm x 68.8mm x 6.5mm in thickness, with a screen-to-body ratio that stands at 75.7%.
The aluminum frame surely does its bit to dissipate heat properly, as it runs on the octa-core Kirin 920 processor that will boast of a quartet of powerful Cortex-A15 cores, where it will be paired with four Cortex-A7 ones, accompanied by a speedy Mali-T628 GPU. There will also be a built-in LTE modem, with 3GB RAM and a choice of either 16GB or 32GB of internal memory, a microSD memory card slot, a 13MP shooter behind and a front-facing 5MP camera.