The Honor 6X retains a 5.5-inch display in IPS Full HD (1920 x 1080px, for a resolution of 401dpi.) Qualcomm was chased from the bowels to the benefit of the SoC house HiSilicon Kirin 655 which is based on 8 cores ARM Cortex-A53 (4 x 2.1 GHz and 4 x 1.7 GHz) and a graphics chip Mali-T830.
The dual photo module combines a 12 megapixel RGB sensor and a 2 megapixel monochrome sensor. At the front, it’s an 8 megapixel sensor that takes care of self-portraits. Connectivity is provided by Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, NFC and 4G LTE. It is possible to use two SIM cards at the same time, provided you do not extend the memory with a microSD card, the second port being shared. To feed all this small world, the 6X integrates a 3340 mAh battery. The software part is entrusted to Android 6.0 Marshmallow hidden under the EMUI 4.1 overlay.
It is possible to use two nano-SIM cards in the Honor 6X, if you choose to do without the microSD port. Both SIMs operate in dual-standby mode, which means that only one of them can access mobile data at the same time. The Honor 6X in international version supports 800, 1800 and 2600 MHz bands. Honor ignores the 700 MHz band.
With the Honor 6X, you have a battery of 3340 mAh, which augured a rather good autonomy. It’s doing in the high average, with 14% of battery loss, after one hour of YouTube video WiFi with the screen brightness set to 200 cd / m². It does not therefore significantly better than its predecessor, especially that it only “benefited” from 3000 mAh for its battery.