The Honor 6C Pro has been quietly unveiled by Huawei via the company’s twitter account. As per the tweet, this device works on a Mediatek MT6750 SoC. The Honor 6C Pro is equipped with a 32GB internal memory and 3GB RAM. It has a 5.2 inch HD display with a 147.9×73.2×7.65mm dimension. The device will feature a 13 mega-pixel rear camera along with an 8 mega-pixel front camera. The Honor 6C Pro will be powered by a non removable 3000mAh Lithium-Polymer battery.
The phone will also come with a finger print sensor on its back panel. The phone will run on an Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box OS. No information about the price of the phone has yet been officially announced by the company.
Notably, the user manual of the handset was published earlier on the German and Italian websites of Honor. It was in last month that the company had received the Eurasian Economic union certification for the Honor 6C Pro. The user manual did not provide help much in providing information about the specifications of the phone.
The only thing known at that point was that the Huawei’s custom UI on top and the Android Nougat OS of the phone. Besides this, the manual also contained the image of the Honor 6C Pro which showed that it had no physical home button. One could also make out from a image in the website that the smartphone would feature a hybrid slot which will allow the users to use nano-sized SIM cards at a time or one nano-SIM along with a microSD card at a time. The users were expecting the phone to be launched simultaneously along with Huawei Mate 10 series in this month.
However, with this latest official announcement of the phone by the company, one will get to know more about the special features and review of the phone.