Hey everyone, I'm Jessica Dolcourt here for CNET here at CES 2015 in Las Vegas.
I've got the Huawei Honor 6 Plus.
Now this phone was launched in December, in Beijing, but this is the first time I've seen it.
What is special and different and unique about the phone is that it actually has three eight megapixel cameras.
You've got two on the back with flash of course, and one eight megapixel on the front which is pretty high for a front facing camera.
Now why would you want to have two cameras on the back.
Well, very simply because you can select and change the focus after the fact of the picture.
If you can take a picture and then if you change your mind.
Frame it and decide that you want to focus on the background instead of the foreground, you can change that in editing.
As for the other specs we've got a 5.5 inch 1080p display.
Inside there's a 1.8 octacore processor that is of Huawei's own making.
There are also 16 gigabytes of internal storage.
With expandable memory up to 128 gigabytes more.
The phone's looks are actually really nice.
Looks pretty premium here.
With flat edges.
Feels like a metal frame around the side.
So we've got a flat, very glossy backing.
And it's just very sleek, very simple.
And it will be going on sale [INAUDIBLE] Hopefully soon.
I'm Jessica Dolcourt for [INAUDIBLE] night, you can check out everything here at CES at CNET.com.
Blu's first metal phone is fun and cheap
Stern's new spin on pinball tech
MyFox Security stays on the lookout
Miele's oven will help you cook if you can stomach the cost
MagicBook brings 3D life to 2D fairy tales
Blossom acts as a meteorologist for your sprinklers