The Honor 6X has already been given a card blanche from TENAA, the Chinese equivalent of the FCC., and although we are yet to find out how exactly the Huawei Honor 6X will be making use of it unconventional rear camera setup, it comes close to mind that it could have similar functionality as HTC's undertaking with the Duo Camera of the HTC One (M8). We guess we'll find out pretty soon, on December 16, as the China-based manufacturer will officially lift the veil off of the handset on the date in question. There is no word on the pricing, though.
Huawei has yet another intriguing device in the pipeline - quite a premium successor to the Ascend P7, probably the Ascend P8, which will allegedly employ a combination of metal and ceramics in its build. Well, bring it on, Huawei!
Huawei Honor 6X as seen at TENAA
source: MyDrivers (translated) via GSMDome