For most of the year, Honor has been releasing a steady stream of handsets that accommodate the high, mid, and low range - giving those looking for a smartphone, a healthy amount of options from which to choose. Now, the firm has unveiled its latest in its lineup, the Honor 6A.
The Honor 6A offers a simple design and utilizes an exterior metal chassis. The handset is powered by a Snapdragon 430 processor, comes with either 2GB RAM or 3GB RAM, and will have a 5-inch 720p display. As far as the camera goes, it offers a 13MP shooter on the rear with 5MP front-facing camera. While not the largest capacity, the Honor 6A comes packed with a 3,020mAh battery, which should give it plenty of life to last through a day. Also, it will come with a fingerprint reader on the rear and will be powered by Android 7.0 Nougat.
This device is being sold in Asia and will start hitting store shelves starting on June 1. The 2GB model with 16GB storage will be priced at around $115, while the 3GB model with 32GB of storage will be a tad higher at $145.