Huawei's subsidiary, Honor, released its mid-ranger smartphone, the Honor 6C, back in April. Now, new rumors suggests that the Chinese tech firm is preparing to launch an enhanced version of the phone sooner than later. A user manual of a new Honor device dubbed as the Honor 6C Pro on Honor's Italian and German websites suggests that the Honor 6C Pro could launch in those respective markets.
The user manual didn't reveal much information regarding the Honor 6C Pro bearing the model number JMM-L22. It only disclosed that the phone runs on a pre-installed Android 7.1.1 Nougat with Huawei's in-house Emotion 5.0 UI on top and that it will be heading to the European regions which might include Germany and Italy.
There were also illustrations of the smartphone next to a TV, implying that the device's display could connect on a larger screen. Furthermore, the photo revealed that the Honor 6C Pro has quite a large top and bottom bezels, on-screen capacitive keys, and no physical home button suggesting a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner instead.
Lastly, a diagram showcasing the top right side of the handset was also listed showing the availability of a hybrid SIM slot on the Honor 6C Pro.
As for the specifications, we can refer to some recent rumors. The Honor 6C Pro is said to sport a 5.2-inch display with full HD resolution, Snapdragon 425 SoC paired with 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB internal memory storage. On the camera department, the Honor 6C Pro could feature a 13 MP rear snapper and a 5 MP front-facing shooter for selfies.
Unfortunately, there are no other information available regarding the device, but we believe that the Honor 6C Pro could launch anytime soon, or in line with the Huawei Mate 10.
- Images from hihonor.com