Huawei Honor 6 Plus, the successor of Honor 6, has been announced yesterday in Beijing,China for $323.The smartphone gets launched under the slogan,”Not Just Bigger“, which is an obvious take on the iPhone 6 Plus. One of the Huawei’s vice-presidents said that he predicts that this device can be sold at the amount of 10 million units. There is not word on international availability and pricing yet. Moreover, Honor 6 was launched in Nepal few weeks ago, so we probably wont be seeing the imminent arrival of Honor 6 Plus in Nepal.
The Specs|Honor 6 Plus
The Huawei Honor 6 Plus packs some great specifications. It sports a 5.5-inch 1080P (1,920×1,080 pixels) IPS display screen, uses the in-house 1.8Ghz Huawei Kirin 925 processor (same processor seen on Ascend Mate 7), and has 3GB RAM. It has Kitkat 4.4.2 with Huawei’s own EMUI 3.0 as its operating system and is powered by a 3600mAh battery. The main highlight of Honor 6 Plus is its 8mp dual-camera design with an F2.0 aperture.There is also 8MP camera on the front. It has 32GB internal storage which can be expanded via Micro SD card up to 128 GB. The phone is available in Single and Dual SIM options with 4G LTE Cat6. Honor 6 plus as a beautiful design with metal frame and is 7.5mm thin weighing 165 grams.
Huawei Honor 6 Plus: How The Dual Cameras
Honor 6 plus features unique symmetrical dual Camera technology. There are two 8MP lenses on the rear side that produces photos with a resolution of up to 13MP. Honor 6 Plus features an Octa-Core Kirin 925 processor with a separate SLR grade ISP: these features combine to produce professional quality photos and eliminate the need of larger sensors on lightweight phones. When taking a photo, both lenses work simultaneously to achieve a rapid focus of the object. This is based on the stereo triangulation principle, which works just like the human eye. The two lenses can obtain the absolute depth of the focused object in real time. The camera uses a closed-loop motor to achieve a rapid focus in just 0.1 seconds.
The Honor 6 plus’s dual camera design features a unique 3IE algorithm system and depth of field ranging from 70mm to infinity. You can adjust settings to achieve a range of depths, from F0.95 to F16. In the night mode, both the lenses capture light. The brand new vision camera technology allows both the lenses to perform iterative exposures. The unique multi-frame noise reduction and image synthesis algorithm greatly reduce image noise and produce more defined details. When capturing a photo, the enhanced HDR mode in the 3IE algorithm system uses dual exposure to capture both the lighter and darker areas of the photo. The data is then processed rapidly to produce an HDR photo that not only offers a higher dynamic range but also eliminates the dark areas often seen on ordinary smartphone photos.