Honor 6X with Dual-camera launched in India – Specifications, Price and Availability

Honor 6 X is the new arrival in the smartphone market under the budget price. The special highlight is the dual-camera which now comes to the budget category. Honor 6X will be available from February 2 in India. You can buy it only from Amazon India. Honor 6X coming in two variants. The first         variant is 3GB RAM and 32GB storage priced at Rs.12,999 and the second variant is 4GB RAM and 64GB storage priced at Rs.15,999.

Honor 6X has a 5.5-inch LTPS IPS LCD touchscreen with full HD screen resolution. IT is covered by 2.5D curved glass on top. The hardware configuration includes HiSilicon Kirin 655 CPU with Octa-core processor clocks at 2.1GHz frequency, Mali T830 MP2 graphics processor, either a 3GB RAM with 32GB storage or 4GB RAM with 64GB storage. It is powered by a 3340mAh battery. The fast battery charging feature is available. Honor 6X runs EMUI 4.1 based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS.

There is a dual-camera in the rear. The main camera has 12MP sensor which is supported by a secondary 2MP sensor. It is accompanied by features such as phase detection autofocus and LED flash. The secondary camera sensor captures the depth information which allows the final image to get DSLR-bokeh effect. The front camera has 8MP sensor which is supported by on-screen flash. The fingerprint is rear mounted in Honor 6X. It is placed just below the dual-camera in the rear.

The Honor 6X will be available exclusively on Amazon India. There are three color variants we can expect from Honor 6X – Gold, Silver and Grey. In the current smartphone market trend in India, Moto M and CoolPad Cool 1.  They both have similar specification and price range when compared to Honor 6X. But there is no doubt, Honor 6X will make a big entry in the market, as Honor series have big following in India.

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