Honor, the premium brand of the Chinese giant Huawei has finally made official Friday the marketing of Honor 6+, its latest flagship.
The Honor 6 Plus was introduced in Asia last December and in Europe in March, at Mobile World Congress (MWC). But as often as part of such international exhibitions, no price and no specific launch date had not been announced.
Huawei’s press service for France finally revealed the information Friday. The Honor 6+ is actually available since May 18, initially at Amazon, Rue du Commerce and Best Buy. But the most awaited information is its price, which is 400 euros.
The Honor 6 Plus therefore offers as expected a good price performance, since it has a datasheet close to that of the market leaders with its IPS Full HD screen of 5.5 inches, its amazing pair of back-end sensors 8 million pixels and house eight-core processor. The detailed characteristics of this smartphone is available in this previous article.
MWC 2015: Honor 6+, a cameraphone with two sensors 8 megapixels
Honor 6 Plus, in perspective
Honor 6+: first preview video (below)
Honor 6 Plus – Black