Huawei Ascend p6
The Huawei Ascend P6 is the new star smart phone Huawei. The Chinese company will release so far is the slimmest device, with just 6 mm chunky.
Design and Display
Definitely one of the strongest points of the Huawei Ascend P6 is its design. Its rugged metal body is quite elegant appearance and finesse of only 6.18 mm makes it the thinnest smart phone to date.
Of course, at this point you have to ask the real impact of two or three millimeters in design and ease of operation of the smart phone. The overall design team has a rod-shaped, with a more rounded on the bottom design slightly evocative of smart phones Xperia from Sony.
It enclosed in a metal body, with the latest version of Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean and own software layer of Huawei to customize the use of this smart phone. The Asian company will have to compete with heavyweights like the Samsung Galaxy S4 or the iPhone 5.
You will be able to have screen of a considerable size of 4.7 inches, about the size that has the Samsung Galaxy S4. Another aspect that will stand out against other smart phones is the quality of the front camera with a powerful resolution of 5 mega pixels.
Moreover, Huawei has announced that the device will have a screen of 4.7 inches with a resolution of 1,280 x 780 pixels. This resolution is more than enough to see the contents of the smart phone in detail.
The total weight of Ascend P6 is 120 grams. This makes for a very manageable.
Power and memory
This chip will achieve remarkable performance through Android menus and the time to run both applications and games. It also has a memory of 2 GB RAM very useful to run several applications at once without slowing down the system.
In terms of memory, we will have 8 GB of space to store your files. This is one of the points in the least has worked Huawei, and we may need to dip into extra space. This capability is achieved through purchasing a Micro SIM memory card, which can be up to 32 GB.
Huawei Ascend P6 claimed as a mobile phone that will enter the ranks of the best mobile phone cameras. To support the fixed bias camera photographing beautiful moments, pinned a type of battery with Li-Po 2000 mAh. The battery is certainly bias makes this phone quite a turn on and will require power supply within 2 or 3 days on normal usage.
Many of you may have headed directly here, or at least held a particular interest given the P6's unusual camera configuration. With a generous five megapixels on the front-facing camera, Huawei has given the P6 a standout feature that many will be drawn to. The rear-facing camera, on the other hand is a rather less-notable 8-megapixel affair. Naturally, we gave both of them a spin to see how they fared.
Whether you are happy with the results of your self-portrait or not, Huawei's there to offer a helping hand with a facial-enhancement feature to help "Beautify" your assault. We certainly do, and the P6 sounds great.
One of the negative points that come in its way is that Ascend P6 is not dust proof and water resistant as compared to the Ascend D2.