Huawei P6S Review

Huawei P6S Review

Huawei has somehow quietly and without pomp introduced the S version of its P6 model – the Huawei P6S. By the way, the basic Huawei P6 is considered one of the thinnest smartphones in the world, and the new version brings even fewer millimeters to the waist. Such acrobatics of the manufacturer lead us to think whether it is really possible to put phone components in a package of that thickness, but Huawei assures us that it is. So, the Chinese are still playing the card of the impression of the exterior that one phone leaves. Far from it, the Huawei P6S will not be a powerful smartphone, but the manufacturer’s point is that this device will be presented as a thin-waisted champion.

Huawei P6S has a thickness of only 6.5mm

The Huawei P6S is 0.3mm thinner than its predecessor. This means that the thickness of this phone is a fantastic 6.5mm. As things stand, that is the biggest change here, because the rest of the features seem to have remained at the same level. This primarily refers to the battery, which still has 2,000mAh. Admittedly, the processor has been upgraded, but by only 0.1GHz, so the Huawei P6S now runs on a quad-core powertrain. This time too, Huawei did not envisage an LTE connection, so the Huawei P6S remains a “strong” 3G model, but with a dual SIM feature.

Huawei P6S specification

When it comes to the screen, the Huawei P6S stays with a 4.7-inch 720p screen as well as an 8MP camera. The front camera, which has 5MP, is identical to the one from the original model, which may be compensated for the absence of a full HD screen and LTE connection. The phone has 2GB of RAM and 16 internal spaces. Of the software, Huawei has designated a 4.2 Jelly Bean Android with a factory Emotion 2.0 user interface for the new model.

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