Chinese smartphone manufacturer Huawei recently seems to be launching the same device in different regions with different names, which makes us all get confused between devices and names. The most recent example is Honor branded low-tier smartphone Honor Holly 4. The device is just launched in Italy named as Honor 6A Pro.
Honor Holly 4 was initially launched in India a couple of months ago, along with the device launch in China as Honor 6A. Literally, both the Chinese and Indian variants are same on the spec sheet but differ only in the name listing. Interestingly, the same device without a fingerprint scanner was launched in Europe several months ago named Honor 6A.
The smartphones named Honor 6A in Europe and China were different to each other in some aspects. Now, the Chinese brand has made the debut of the latter variant for this entry-level smartphone with a fingerprint scanner mounted in Europe. The ‘new’ smartphone is named as Honor 6A Pro, having the same hardware as Honor 6A, plus a fingerprint scanner mounted on the rear. Now the Indian, Chinese and European markets ave the same device from Huawei Honor, but having different named to one another.
Honor 6A Pro comes with a 5.0-inch HD display, powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 SoC under the hood. The smartphone also packs 2GB (Europe) or 3GB (Italy) of RAM on board along with 16GB, 32GB internal storage. It also supports SD Card up to 256GB. On the rear, the primary camera sensor with 13MP resolution with a fingerprint scanner aside. The front-facing selfie snapper sports a 5 Megapixel lens.
The Honor 6A Pro is boosted with 3080mAh Li-Po battery pack, running Android 7.0 with EMUI 5.1 on the top, out of the box. The smartphone is available for purchase from Europe at EUR 160, in colour variants of Gold, Silver, Dark Gray, Blue and Pink.