Huawei backed Honor handsets previously only available online but now enters “tariff agreement” with Three
Three has announced an exclusive agreement with Huawei-backed manufacturer Honor to bring the Honor 6+ handset to UK stores from April 1.
Honor has previously operated solely on an e-commerce model but Three will now create bespoke tariffs for the Chinese brand with the launch of its Honor 6+ device.
The Honor 6+ features a 5.5 inch high definition screen. It also boasts a 1.8GHz octo-core processor plus 3GB RAM. It runs on Android 4.4 KitKat and is Honor’s latest flagship.
It has an 8MP front facing camera combined with a dual-lens 13MP camera on the back, alongside a built-in aperture lens for greater photo precision and creative effects. It comes with 32GB of internal storage, plus room for a microSD card.
Three did not disclose tariff information but the the Honor 6+ will be available on a SIM-free basis for just £250.