Huawei’s smartphone subdivision Honor had launched the 6C back in April and this time, they have come up with an upgrade to the same, named Honor 6C Pro in Europe. The specifications are identical to V9 Play, which was released last month in China.
The launch was confirmed by Honor France team on Twitter.
The Honor 6C Pro sports a 5.2-inch HD display with 2.5D curved glass. You can’t spot any capacitive buttons on the smartphone as Honor opted for on-screen ones this time.
Inside you will find a MediaTek MT6750 mobile processor powering along with 3 GB of RAM. If its 32 GB onboard storage isn’t enough, you can use an SD card for memory expansion.
On the back, the device sports a 13 MP camera with an LED flash, below which sits the fingerprint scanner. Up front, the selfie shooter houses an 8 MP sensor. The phone runs on Emotion UI 5.1 based on Android 7.0 Nougat. The Honor 6C Pro also boasts of a unibody metal design with a USB Type-C port and a 3000 mAh battery powers it.
The Honor 6C Pro will be available for 179 Euros (about $211 / Rs. 13750) in black, gold and blue color options. It will be going on sale soon in France.
The company also recently launched a full-screen display smartphone in India with four cameras, the Honor 9i. It has dual cameras both on the front and back. It will be going on sale starting tomorrow on Flipkart for Rs. 17,999.