Huawei have unveiled the first sub-£250 smartphone with a dual camera arrangement at this years Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The Honor 6X houses a 12-megapixel main sensor alongside a secondary 2-megapixel sensor, which, when combined, capture more information, and provide, theoretically, a better image. Apple’s much pricier iPhone range has recently introduced the dual camera iPhone 7.
The metallic framed Honor 6X will run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow out of the box, although there is an 7.0 Nougat update planned, and features a curved glass full HD 5.5-inch screen up front, along with a fingerprint sensor on the back.
Inside, there’s a Kirin 655 octa-core CPU, up to 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, expandable via microSD.
The handset is also home to a large 3340mAh battery, which, Huawei say, will last up to 2.2 days without needing a charge.
“We’ve created the Honor 6X for digitally savvy millennials who live by a philosophy of ‘double or nothing’,” said Honor UK Sales and Marketing Manager Wilkin Lee.
“Coupling strong performance with revolutionary a display, extended battery life and photographic innovation, we’ve delivered a handset that has a very affordable price tag without compromising on quality.”