The upcoming honor 6X first gained TENAA certification earlier this month and only yesterday, we discovered that the phablet could be unveiled in October. Though we can assume by looking at the current honor 5X that the upcoming model will include mid-range tech. specs, a second TENAA certification has given us something more substantial to ponder.
As suspected, the honor 6X (BLN-TL10) will get a 5.5-inch display which we can assume will be of the same 1080 x 1920 resolution as the 5X. The device will be powered by the HiSilicon Kirin 650 SoC made by parent company Huawei, along with 3 gigs of RAM. Storage-wise, users can expect 32 GB of real estate which should hopefully be expandable by means of a microSD slot.
Given its middling internal hardware, the device's 3340 mAh battery substantial in size, and should have little trouble keeping the honor 6X's lights on for a considerable length of time. As you'll see in the gallery below, the honor 6X is adorned with two rear-facing cameras, which TENAA confirms will be a dual 12-megapixel efforts. For selfie lovers, there's set to be a 2-megapixel shooter on the front.
It was originally thought that the back of the device would be an all-metal affair, but apparently, the upper and lower ends of the rear are made of plastic. As we covered yesterday, the honor 6X may arrive on October 18th. No specific details on the price are yet available, but it's likely to hit the market at around the $200 mark.