Huawei’s Honor 6 is amongst the fastest phones in the market and it could get beefier in the coming weeks. A variant of the handset has been spotted at China’s TENNA certification website under the H60-L02 model number carrying a whopping 4GB of RAM.
If the Huawei Honor 6 does show up with 4GB of system memory, it won’t be the only Android device. Google’s Project Tango which is powered by the Tegra K1 platform offers the same amount of RAM and the upcoming Galaxy Note 4 from Samsung is expected to as well. However, GizChina notes that this could be an error made by the certification website (it has done so before).
What’s interesting is that the smartphone is said to come with an 8MP front-facing camera (the original was launched with a 5MP snapper), so the listing could be authentic after all. Other features of the device have remained the same – Android 4.4.2 KitKat, a 5-inch 1080p display, microSD memory expansion and LTE connectivity.
Here’s a roundup of the original Huawei Honor 6 specs:
– 5-inch 1080p display
– Android 4.4 KitKat
– 3GB RAM, 16GB storage
– 3000mAh battery
– 5MP front snapper, 13MP rear lens
– Kirin 920 octa core processor
– Mali T628 graphics
In recent news, the company is expected to launch a new affordable handset in the Honor series. The alleged device was leaked via TENNA as well, under the Hol-T00 codename. The phone is said to arrive with a 5-inch display, a quad core MediaTek processor, 1GB RAM and Android 4.2 Jelly Bean, priced under $100.
Only time will tell whether the Huawei Honor 6 will come in a 4GB version, till then, this information is the best we’ve got.