New launch marks the first UK operator partnership for online Huawei brand
The Honor 6+, the latest flagship from Huawei’s internet brand, has gone on sale today priced at £299 SIM-free.
The brand will also be available via a UK operator for the first time with Three offering it on a range of monthly tariffs. It will also be sold via online retailers such as Amazon.co.uk.
The 5.5-inch Android-powered handset has dual 8MP rear cameras which offer 13MP images that capture double the amount of light and a further 8MP camera on the front.
The manufacturer also claims that the 1080×1920 screen can display 16 million
It has a 3600mAh battery, an 8+1 core processor, 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory.
Honor in Western Europe founder and managing director Frank Yao says the device is “designed for digital natives”.
Any user purchasing the handset will join the Honor Club and will receive invitations to special parties, events and will receive information on new products before anyone else.
The ‘Honor VIP Service’ will also provide a replacement service and technical support as required.