In November, Huawei updated the Honor series with the new Huawei Honor 6X. The Chinese mobile manufacturing company is now gearing up to launch an even more affordable handset of the Honor line.
The latest addition to the Honor series will reportedly be named the Honor 6S. Leaks suggest that the device will hang a price tag of up to $130.
Though the detailed specs of the reported handset are still in the dark, the leaked renders reveal the Honor 6S will come without the dual camera setup. Doubtlessly, the absence of the dual camera unit will significantly bring down the price.
Given that, it is safe to assume the Chinese OEM will retain the other specs of the standard Honor 6X. Therefore, 5.5-inches FullHD display and 3340mAh battery might be in stock. The smartphone will allegedly also support features like 4G/VoLTE support and a hybrid SIM slot.
The Huawei Honor 6S will be powered by Snapdragon 435 SoC introduced by Qualcomm earlier this year. Since this chipset runs the older 28nm process, reduced power efficiency will be delivered by the eight Cortex-A53 cores.
The Huawei Honor 6S will be made available for purchase in January 2017.