Now the Honor 6X has a lot to live up to. The Honor 6X looks like a slightly smaller version of the Huawei Mate 9. The front is plain and all glass. The 6X is also shorter by 4mm than the 5X, but whether you could tell that by looking at them is debatable. It weighs g, which is actually heavier than the g 5X and the g Moto G4 Plus, but the curved back and rounded edges make it feel a lot nicer in the hand.
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The Good The Honor 6's crisp, bright display makes videos and pictures look great, its octa-core processor will handle anything you're likely to throw at it, and its price tag is extremely reasonable. The Bad The Huawei Android skin makes some big changes to the platform, which some will find frustrating to live with, and the phone itself feels slightly cheap. The Bottom Line Its software might not be perfect, but the Honor 6 packs an impressive lineup of specs for a brilliant price. If you want the crisp screen and fast speeds of the top-end phones but don't fancy the price tag, the Honor 6 is a great phone to go for. It may seem brave -- or, perhaps, foolish -- to launch a new mobile brand in such a busy market, but it's not really a new brand at all.
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In effect this is one of the phones Trump tried to ban, but as it happened the Honor 20 had already passed through the Android certification process before Google was forced to stop working with Huawei. The phone itself treads a tried and trusted formula: It weighs g, which is fairly light compared with the g-plus large phones, and its 7. The screen is also smaller than some recent gigantic rivals, at just 6.
Advanced features, great battery life and a good price: After Google suspended Huawei's future access to Android Play Store and security updates, there are serious question marks over the future of Huawei and Honor phones. While Google and Huawei have promised to support phones currently on the market, it's not clear how long they'll receive Android updates or access to the Google Play Store, which would severely curtail their usefulness compared to the competition.