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Today we tackle battery life and low light shots.
A next-gen HoloLens is rumored to be on tap.
The Huawei Honor 6X has two rear cameras to produce a "bokeh" effect that blurs the background.
I thought the photos were pretty good overall.
But I expected more detail in these flowers.
Colors were bright and vibrant, and all the usual modes are in here.
Plus, some special tools that can, say, pop the color red and keep everything else black and white. There are a ton of these.
But how did the Honor 6X do compared to the Motorola Moto G5 Plus?
Here's a shot on the Honor 6X, taken on automatic mode.
The Moto G5 Plus went into auto-HDR, which make it brighter and more pleasing.
I got good detail on this plant.
But more detail on the Moto G5 Plus photo (though it focused more on the leaves than on the center of the flower).
Any doubts were answered by this indoor shot of a fake sunflower.
The G5 Plus was way more detailed -- look at the center and the leaves.
Both cameras did OK with this random pair of jeans I saw at the store.
The Honor 6X typically produced warmer colors, but not here. I prefer the Honor 6X shot in this case.
Back to the Honor 6X, this was a tricky shot because of the very bright light streaming in. Other phones wouldn't have done much better.
Check out a few more photos.
Read the pros and cons in our rated Huawei Honor 6X review.