Honor 6 packs powerful hardware and a mid-range price
This is the Honor 6, made by Huawei.
This 50 Pound phone has some pretty impressive hardware on show.
Let's take a look.
The look is a little reminiscent of the iPhone 4, with glass on the back and sides and a metallic strip looped around the edges.
The fact that that strip is actually plastic mean the Onyx 6 doesn't feel that luxurious, but things start to look up considerably when you turn on the screen.
This five inch display packs a 1920 by 1080 pixels, which mean webpages and video are all going to look lovely and crisp.
Viola 6 runs Android 4.4.2, also known as Kit Kat, but anyone who is not used a [INAUDIBLE] phone might find this mobile a bit different to other Android gadgets, because there is no dedicated app tray where you can see all of your apps in one place, this means your home screens could feel a bit cluttered if you don't organize them carefully.
Fact work aside, Android gets you access to all of the conveniences of a model smartphone.
So there are a huge volume of apps and games to try in the Google Play store, as well as plenty of ways to watch TV, moves, or read ebooks.
Elsewhere you get 4G for faster mobile data, a 13 megapixel camera and an [UNKNOWN] core processor, which keeps everything ticking along behind the scenes.
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I'm Luke Westway, and this is the honest six.
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