There have been numerous rumors regarding the release of a Huawei Honor 6X, which is actually a successor to the current Huawei Honor 5X that also sells in the U.S.
Huawei is known for its heroics when it comes to pushing affordable products to the market. This can be seen in what happened with the pricing of the Nexus 6P when compared to the Pixel XL, even though the two have lots in common. The Honor 5X has ended up as one of the best-selling mid-rangers in the U.S. and apparently, the Chinese OEM has the same targets with the upcoming Honor 6X.
With a launch date set for October 18, the Huawei Honor 6X is expected to bring about top-notch specs, a great design as well as flagship features while at the same time retaining the “Huawei appeal” – affordability. However, this launch date is only meant for the Chinese market and in fact, invitations are already being sent out.
Even though the invites do not include the specs details of the Honor 6X, previous TENAA leaks had already given us an idea of what the phone will come with. With the world today obsessed with huge screens, the Honor 6X is expected to come with a 5.5-inch screen with 1080p resolution. Under the hood, the phone should ship with a Snapdragon 625 SoC that is paired with a RAM of either 2GB or 3GB. You should get an onboard storage of 32GB and a microSD card slot.
Some of the flagship features to expect on the Huawei Honor 6X include the latest USB Type-C port, a fingerprint scanner and a dual-lens 12MP camera on the back. As you all know, these are based on rumors and speculations and as such, they should be taken with a grain of salt.
As far as the pricing is concerned, the Honor 6X could set you back just $200, which is the same price tag that the Honor 5X made its debut with. But of course, be ready for any surprises come this Oct. 18th.