Huawei has officially added 3 new devices to its affordable products portfolio in the form of the Honor 6X handset, Honor Pad 2 tablet and Honor Watch S1 wearable. The company is yet to confirm whether the fresh offerings will be making its way to countries outside China.
Starting off with the Honor 6X, the phone serves up a number of upgrades over its predecessor. This is most obvious in its photography department thanks to the presence of a dual-camera setup consisting of a 12MP shooter and 2MP lens. The latter is meant for recording depth. It allows users to utilize tools like depth of field and controlled focus effects in their pictures.
Other highlights of the Huawei device include its rear fingerprint scanner, 3340mAh battery, and 2.5D curved glass 5.5-inch 1080p screen. It’ll set buyers back by CNY 999 (approx Rs 9900) for the 3GB/32GB variant, CNY 1299 (about Rs 12900) for the 4GB/32GB one, and CNY 1599 (roughly Rs 15800) for the 4GB/64GB variant.
Moving on to the Honor Pad 2, the tablet is available in a 16GB Wi-Fi only model, 32GB Wi-Fi only iteration, and 32GB 4G-ready version at CNY 999 (around Rs 9900), CNY 1299 (approx Rs 12900), and CNY 1499 (roughly Rs 14800), respectively. It outputs its visuals through an 8-inch full HD panel with a 1200 x 1920p resolution.
In terms of specs, the budget slate packs a 4800mAh battery, octa-core Snapdragon 616 processor, 3GB of RAM, and an 8MP primary camera.. Finally, the Honor Watch S1 is an entry-level smartwatch with a heart rate sensor priced at CNY 699 (around Rs 6900). Huawei claims it can last for 6 days at a stretch and is water resistant up to 50m.