Just as expected the Honor 6 Plus by Huawei is now official in an event at Beijing, China. The Honor 6 Plus comes with slightly larger 5.5" 1080p display at 485 ppi pixel density.
The Honor 6 Plus packs the same design language as the Honor 6 but there are some noticeable differences. The size is slightly larger and looking at the back of the phone, you'll notice there are two cameras at the back.
The dual 8 MP cameras at the back has the same feature like what we've seen on HTC One (M8). Both cameras at the back produce photos with a resolution up to 13 MP.
The device is powered by HiSilicon Kirin 925 processor with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB internal storage. Of course, the memory is expandable via microSD card.
Another noticeable change is the Honor 6 Plus is now featuring metal frame instead of plastic one which found on the Honor 6. It's good to hear that as this will make the phone feels more premium.
Juicing up the device is a massive 3,600 mAh battery to and it supports 4G FDD-LTE network too. Being the latest flagship device, the Honor 6 Plus is running on the latest EMUI 3.0 with 100 GB cloud storage for free. However it seems that the free cloud storage is only available for Chinese version.
The Honor 6 Plus features dual SIM slots and one of the slots is also a microSD card slot, just like the Huawei Ascend Mate7 and Oppo N3. It also comes with NFC connectivity too.
Pricing wise, the Honor 6 Plus is priced at 2,499 Yuan (RM 1,250) for 4G version while the standard version is priced at 1,999 Yuan (RM 999). The standard version doesn't come with 4G FDD-LTE network and it has 16 GB internal storage only without NFC. Black, white and gold will be the color options for the 4G version while the standard version only comes with black and white colors.
No word on when will the device arrive Malaysian market but it seems that international version will come with single SIM slot and some changes on software, just as usual.