What do we think of smartphone camera? We’d say they come in all shapes and sizes. There are 5MP in the lower end to 41MP(Nokia pureview and other) in the higher. We think of a better camera and we think of a higher number, but that’s just not it. There’s more to it like sensor size, color reproduction capabilities, ISO’s and many others.
But there has been a new change in these lists of camera specs, it is the idea of placing two cameras on the rear end of the device. The Idea was first implemented in HTC ONE M8, and it was called the Duo Lense Camera and it was really appreciated in the smartphone market.
Now there has been a new development with Huawei Honor 6 Plus and it does with a dual camera setup in which both the lenses are setup at the real panel close to each other. Huawei claims to have an effective pixel size of 1.98 microns and the HTC ONE M8 sports 2 micron pixels. Having a dual camera setup creates a parallax effect, an effect that a human experience with his two eyeballs- both eyes see a different picture of the same object and our brain stitches them to give us a 3D picture, it has all 3 dimensions- height, depth and width.
Huawei Honor 6 Plus comes with 1.8GHz octa-core Kirin 925 chipset with 3GB of RAM and 16GB or 32GB of internal storage Expandable to 64 GB, but 128 GB cards have always been working with the Honor 6 so you we can assume that luck will play its part this time too. The Screen is 1080p JDI with a pixel density of 410Ppi. We get some really good features like refocusing an already taken picture and taking 3D images and so on but the big pro of this device would be the pricing, Huawei is known for delivering great specs at an affordable price and the same goes on in the case of honor 6 Plus it is supposed to be at a price of $320 and a Gold version (trend now a days) also coming out at $80 more than the standard version. You can preorder the phone at Oppomart with the coin that you’ll have to pay $100 more.