By the look of it, Huawei is about to launch an upgrade to its slimmest smartphone Ascend P6, named the P6S. The new device appeared on the top two smartphone benchmarking sites AnTuTu and GFX, showing some of its specs, as well as the test results.
The Ascend P6S employs a faster quad-core processor clocked at 1.6GHz, a screen of unknown size of the same 720p resolution found on its predecessor and Android 4.2.2 Jellybean, most possibly skinned with Huawei’s Emotion UI. It also feats an 8MP camera, again same as the old model. Enough with the specs, let’s take a look at the benchmark charts:
From the scores we see that the P6 successor is actually a great performer, managing to come close to the Samsung Galaxy S4 and HTC One with its AnTuTu score of 22270. Arguably the most improved aspect of the device is its 3D performance, which, judging by the comparison chart, is more than double than the P6. The I/O score suggests that the P6S has double the amount of RAM to the P6, while the other scores come in favor of the faster processor.
Huawei still hasn’t officially announced the Ascend P6S, but we suggest that it will be available for the holiday season.