Breaking conventional barriers, Huawei's Honor 6 Plus smartphone brings a whole new level of smartphone photography with its parallel dual rear camera. It is basically a pair of 8 megapixel cameras that are placed side by side on the rear of the phone, but together they can capture a more detailed image with a resolution of 13 megapixels.
The camera is not just big by its megapixels, but it is very fast as well. Just pull out the Honor 6 Plus from your pocket and snap a photo. That is achieved by an incredible 0.1 second fast focus and an intelligent 2.5 Image Processing Engine that captures photographs very quickly and in great detail. Not to mention you will be able to achieve all that delicious "bokeh" effect with the variable aperture (f/0.95 - f/16).
Capture More At Night
The Honor 6 Plus captures great photographs not only in the day time, but also in low light situations. Because of its double lens setup, more light is allowed into the sensor, even at night. A lot of smartphone cameras struggle with night shots, with a lot of noise appearing in the photograph. The Honor 6 Plus however, has a multi-frame noise reduction algorithm built in that reduces that. This all results in a night shot that looks like its viewed from our very own naked eye.
Ultra Tough Outer Shell
The Honor 6 Plus's rear outer cover is made with several layers of different materials which come together to create a rear shell that is super durable. Beneath the stylish starry sky pattern on the rear of the phone are 6 layers of composite coating.
The lowest of the layers is made of fiberglass, which is a material commonly used in military helmets because of its durability that can withstand a shot from an air rifle and also its light weight. This is all flanked by an exquisitely polished metal frame for a very premium feeling in the smartphone.
Go Big, Go Full HD.
On the front of the smartphone sits a gorgeous 5.5 inch display that lets you view all of your texts, images, videos, and other media in a glorious Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080p). This results in a total of 403 PPI (pixels per inch), which translate to incredibly sharp images and visuals in real life usage. Its protected by Corning's Gorilla Glass 3, which features scratch resistance and enhanced durability.