The uniquely equipped (twin 8MP cameras on the back for more pixel and more light) smartphone from Huawei is now available in Gold edition too, expanding the vast Huawei Honor series with one more device.
Today, Huawei launched a new variant of its Honor 6 Plus in Asia, which the company calls “a special edition,” because it comes in Gold color. The Chinese OEM also says that the build of this particular smartphone is harder to produce in comparison to the iPhone 6, because it comes with an all around golden housing, while the iPhone is golden only on the back, and it is also cheaper than Apple’s device. It costs only 2499 Yuan / 355 Euro / £265.
In terms of hardware specification, the Honor 6 Plus Gold comes equipped with the same 5.5-inch IPS Full HD display, same Huawei built Hisillicon Kirin 925 SoC with an eight core processor (4 x 1.8GHz Cortex-15 + 4 x 1.3GHz Cortex-A7 cores and i3 motion coprocessor), 3GB of RAM, Mali-T628 GPU, 32GB internal storage, LTE-A connectivity, dual SIM slots and a 3,600 mAh battery under the golden hood.
Software wise Honor 6 Plus Gold runs Android 4.4.4 Kitkat with Huawei’s custom-made Emotion 3.0 user experience on top of the OS.