The 6C is square in the middle market with 5-inch screen and aluminum body; 8 Pro tries to undermine the absolute top of the range. They will arrive on April 28
Honor continues to grow and is launching two new smartphones: the 6C and 8 Pro, which tries to place themselves on the upper floors in terms of technical characteristics
and the relationship between quality and price. The first one goes to lay halfway between the “old” and the new 6X 5C, in the mid-market with an attractive design and
respectable specifications. The second one tries to undermine the top range of the market with an offer of premium models. The target is for both millennials, who want a
smartphone that makes great pictures and great video and has a good battery to be on social – not coincidentally the launch event Honor was held directly on Facebook.
The Honor 6C has a 5-inch glass coated HD display slightly curved with a octa core Snapdragon 435 processor, 3 GB of RAM and an internal memory 32 Gb. There is a sensor
for fingerprints, two cameras – a rear 13-megapixel front and a 5 mp – and a slot for microSD cards.
Monta Android Marshmallow, but is ready to be upgraded to Nougat in the coming weeks. A smartphone that does not affect levels of excellence, but which consolidates the
middle market segment, where Honor is definitely one of the best brand in terms of the relationship between quality and price – just consider the Honor 6X the President
of Honor George Zhao, mentions as one of the best selling smartphone of the group’s history. The Honor 6C is already available for pre-order on vMall and come next
April 28th in Europe priced at 229 euro, including Italy.
The Honor 8 Pro is the first attempt by the Chinese to try to climb the high-end market leveraging the partnership with Huawei and being able to save money in the price,
being sold only online, on vMall platform. This model has a 5.7-inch display QuadHD with 79% ratio of screen in pixels: there’s Kirin 960 processor – the same as the
P10 – Vulkan that leverages technology to make more powerful processor, and optimize for the best Video games. Not only that, thanks to 64 GB of internal memory and 6 GB
of RAM, this is the most powerful smartphone of the Huawei brand history, making it ready for the leap into the virtual reality Google Daydream. Also excellent
photographic industry where the twin 12-megapixel rear camera can take pictures only with black and white sensor, take 3D pictures or record video in 4K. Also good
charging – Honor ensures two days of battery life on one charge 75 minutes – and the USB on the Go, ie the ability to connect to Type-C connector, external flash memory
or joypad for gaming – yes, even the PlayStation controller is fine. The Honor 8 Pro will be available from now on preorder vMall.com in Color Midnight Black, Navy Blue
and Platinum Gold at a price of 549 Euros and will officially next April 28th.