Reviews (8/10 Avg. rating)
More than enough phone for all but the most demanding of users
Packs a great screen, solid build and a snapper that mostly get the job done
Huawei-offshoot Honor's first widely available smartphone has impressed me on numerous occasions over the past few weeks. I wouldn't hesitate in recommending it to someone who was looking for a well specced phablet for a fair price.
If you've got the pockets for the 5.5-inch screen you'll reap the rewards, whether it's watching videos or replying to emails. Once you're used to it, it's hard going back to a smaller device. It's also hard going back to a phone you have to charge nightly.
The camera isn't going to match the Android top guns, but it's perfectly acceptable and it... Full review
Smartphone photographers are going to love it
The phone offers a good value for its specs and given the amount of time we spend on Facebook and Instagram these days, the Honor 6 Plus should be quite a treat for people who love to snap photographs all day every day.
Still the fact that Huawei hasn’t bother to update some of its higher-end handsets to the latest Android software, when the rest of the tech world is already there, it’s a pretty big downside.
Also Huawei should probably stop trying to copy the iPhone design and focus on coming up with its own innovative look to better match the caliber of its han... Full review
Hardware is good, software is a little lacking
Overall for the price the Honor 6+ is a cracking phone, with a few caveats though, all falling under the “you get what you pay for” moniker. The short version is this, the hardware is good, the build and design is good, the camera is amazing and the software is a little lacking. As I mentioned earlier Honor really need to makeup for the lack of Lollipop and the huge upcoming awkward situation regarding Android M, they need to push Lollipop out sharpish and vow to never release a phone with out of date software ever again.
Having said all of this, Honor have a great de... Full review
Beats iPhone 6 Plus & is half the price
The mid-range disruptor
Great design, brilliant camera
Meant to appeal to a younger demographic
You certainly can’t go wrong with it
A photographer's delight
We had a lot of fun using the Honor 6 Plus and peg it to be one of the better Android phones we've reviewed in the recent past. The exceptional performance of its dual rear cameras is an added advantage since not many Android phones in the same price range can achieve that.
Having said that, the price tag of Rs. 26,499 puts it in an interesting spot because the Samsung Galaxy S5 has gone through multiple price revisions and at around Rs. 27,000 it is a real bargain. Also, the Nokia Lumia 830 in the same price range will tempt camera lovers.
We'd recommend the Hon... Full review