There are already a number of smartphone brands out in the market and more will emerge in the near future. Some brands have already established their huge share of the market and gained public trust, and it has become difficult for the new ones to penetrate and get a cut from the market.
It isn’t about quality or the product features and specification. Other brands have the same, and sometimes even better features that the leading brands. It’s just the market isn’t brave enough to try cross the bridge. Huawei’s Honor 6 is the best example of this.
Honor 6 is currently at only P13,990 and it packs a hardware that is comparable to a leading brand’s flagship which is around P30,000.
- Resolution 1080 x 1920 pixels (~445 ppi pixel density)
- Quad-core 1.7 GHz Cortex-A15 & quad-core 1.3 GHz Cortex-A7
- GPU – Mali-T628 MP4
- 3 GB RAM
- 13 MP back camera (F2.0 aperture)
- 5 MP front camera (88-degree angle view)
- Dimensions 139.6 x 69.7 x 7.5 mm (5.50 x 2.74 x 0.30 in)
- Weight 130 g (4.59 oz)
All these specs can only be found in the leading brands flagship model at twice the price of the Honor 6.
I used to believe that I won’t get a phone that with a screen smaller than my Note 2, but the Honor 6’s 5 inch full HD display and its super light weight made me forget the missing 0.5 inches I had with the Note 2. The screen’s multi-touch is up to 10 fingers, I don’t know any application that will require you using all your fingers but it’s worth mentioning.
With Honor 6, I have been posting photos online more frequently because it produces better photos. I have been taking more photos than I used to because I love the output. I rarely do selfies but its 5MP wide angle front cam is great for groufies.
Honor 6 comes with EMUI 2.3 which will soon be updated to 3.0 soon because Europe already got the updatd. The EMUI 3.0 is what I am also looking forward to because of its cool features, check out this video.
With Honor 6 I am confident to take more photos because it produces better image quality, I am confident that the battery won’t die on me, I am confident that I can play games smoothly, I am confident that I can reach high speed with LTE(I’m using Globe by the way), and I am happy that it’s half the price of what I initially wanted.
Great things come to those who are brave. Brave enough to step back and see the difference, brave enough to take the road less traveled, and brave enough to cross the bridge and enjoy what’s on the other side.
Honor 6, only for the brave.