Honor 6A. The original device left us with a good taste in the mouth and the 6A version improves in several points for those who want a more powerful smartphone.
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The first difference to highlight, according to our criteria, is that the 6A has the latest version of Android: Nougat 7.0. This brings very attractive improvements such as the Double screen to do two things at once, the Doze function to save battery and a very improved file explorer. If you remember, the Honor 6 had Android 6.0.
The size of the device increases slightly although it has the same inches on its screen (5 “). It loses some definition on the screen but compensates with a metallic body to provide extra protection.
The main camera is equal to the original model but in this case it allows us to record videos in 1080p. Its 13 MPs promise us captures of the highest quality. The front with 5 MP is intended for selfies and video calls.
Inside the manufacturer changes and instead of the HiSilicon Kirin 920, we have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430, also Octa-core. It loses 1 GB of RAM so we only have two. That is also a good figure. Internal storage is maintained at 16 GB as well as the microSD slot that accepts cards up to 128 GB.
The last difference, if you can call it that, is that the capacity of the battery is now 3,020 mAh. The rise is almost insignificant but still the device has a great autonomy.
We miss the NFC connectivity that is increasingly present in our day to day. The Dual Sim capability is a plus point if you are one of those who are out there carrying two devices.