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Huawei Y6 II Dual Sim , 16GB , 2GB RAM, 4G LTE , Gold
Huawei Y6 II Dual Sim , 16GB , 2GB RAM, 4G LTE , Black
Huawei Y6 II Dual Sim , 16GB , 2GB RAM, 4G LTE , White
Huawei Y6 II Dual Sim - 16GB, 2GB RAM, 3G, Black
Huawei Y6II Compact Dual SIM - 16GB, 2GB RAM, 4G LTE, White
Huawei Y6 II Dual Sim - 16GB, 2GB RAM, 3G, Gold
Huawei has offered some great devices under its Honor series, and the combination of great hardware specs and affordable pricing seems to be the driving force for the popularity of these phones. Last year saw the launch of the Honor 4A and 4A Plus, and Huawei Y6 II (Huawei Honor 5A) and the upcoming Huawei Y6 II Plus are successors to these. The Honor Huawei Y6 II comes with at specs that any decent smartphone would have. With sufficient internal memory, fast processor, and a large battery, the device seems to take care of your everyday mobile tasks with ease. The cameras seem to be quite okay too, and the display is good, but the lack of a fingerprint sensor seems slightly disappointing to us, personally!
Although there’s not much difference when it comes to the design of Huawei Y6 II and its predecessor, there are significant hardware improvements. The smartphone comes with a plastic body, and the bezels on the side are very narrow, giving wider viewing space. Similarly, the bezels on the top and bottom do not consume much space too, giving the phone a screen to body ratio of approximately 71%. The Huawei Y6 II is slim, light weight, but does not look premium. Given its budget price, this only seems fair!
The display is an IPS LCD touchscreen, 5.5 inches in size. The screen supports a maximum resolution of 1280x720 pixels and a calculated pixel density of 267ppi. Now, this may not seem too impressive, but text and multimedia come up well. The screen is sufficiently lit, even when viewed in bright sunlight. The contents displayed lack some sharpness too, but the effect isn’t significantly noticeable.
The configuration of Honor Huawei Y6 II takes it up to be compared with some pretty standard devices in this range. There are two variations of the chipset and its associated modules when it comes to this device. While one variation features the Snapdragon 617, the other comes with the proprietary Kirin 620. Both variations feature octa core processors – the model with the Snapdragon chipset comes with four cores clocked at 1.5GHZ, and the other low power cores clocked at 1.2GHz. In contrast, the other variation comes with the Cortex A53 CPU, and all cores clocked at 1.2GHz.
The device runs Android Marshmallow right outside the box, and that combined with the processors, seems to give the user a seamless experience between productivity and fun. Depending on the chipsets, the GPUs vary two, and while the Snapdragon variation employs Adreno 405, the other variation makes use of Mali 450.
The phone comes with a 2GB RAM, 16GB internal memory and a dedicated expandable slot of 256GB.
The device is capable of shooting full HD videos at 30 frames per second. The secondary camera is an 8MP unit with the same aperture as the main imaging device, although the focal length is 27mm.
Armed with a 3100mAh battery, the Huawei Y6 II promises a full day run with as much as a single charge cycle. Connectivity options include Wi-Fi (although it lacks support for 802.11ac and Wi-Fi Direct), Hotspot and Bluetooth v4.1. The phone also features a micro USB2.0 for connectivity with computing devices.
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