What to Expect From Honor’s March 24 Event
Honor, which was the brand name for Huawei’s smartphone line-up, will be holding an event tomorrow where it will be launching two new devices for the Indian market. We gathered up all the available updates to give you a fair idea of what to expect from tomorrow’s event.
The Arrival of Honor 6 Plus
According to various sources, one of the major devices coming from Honor’s stable tomorrow is the Honor 6 Plus. The device features a 5.5 inch, Full HD display with a pixel density of 401 ppi. It is powered by Huawei’s own, HiSilicon Kirin octa-core processor and comes with 3 GB RAM. The device is juiced up by a massive 3600 mAh battery.
The Honor 6 Plus is available with a 16 GB internal storage option for the 3G device while the LTE device is offered in 16 and 32 GB storage options. All versions are expandable up to 128 GB, which makes it a delight for multimedia hoarders. It is not sure as of yet what variant the company would be offering in India.
A DSLR Quality Camera
On the camera front, the Honor 6 Plus features a dual 8 megapixel camera on the back. Honor in its invite also mentioned “two cameras” which means that it was indicating at the Honor 6 Plus. It is the first to flaunt a bionic parallel dual-lens camera. On the front end too, the camera holds an 8 megapixel camera for selfies.
Some leaked images made their way online and were found to be as good as professionally shot DSLR images. The accompanying write-up states that it was taken by a Honor device. Companies like Apple and Samsung have already exhibited unique camera features that produce images that are identical to professional cameras. Does the camera of the new Honor device have what it takes to take on the giants? We’ll find out soon when we get to play with the new devices.
The Rebirth of Honor
We might also get an answer to the question everyone is asking; why did Huawei spin-off Honor as an independent brand. Huawei is a recognizable brand which has been around for a while and is almost a household name. By leaving Honor to compete in the brutal smartphone market its own without the support of Huawei is a risky endeavor. We will learn more about the latest developments in Huawei’s household and the future of Honor as a smartphone brand tomorrow.
So tune in iGyaan tomorrow as we report on all the latest from the world of Honor.