Honor Tab 6 and Honor Tab X6

Today was a big day for Honor. It not only released its first AMD-powered MagicBooks and the Honor Smart Screen X1 but also brought the Honor Tab 6 and Tab X6 two new tablets. They come with SMIC’s Kirin 710A processor, and the starting price is RMB 1,099 ($157).

Honor Tab 6 and Honor Tab X6

As for the key features, the Honor Tab 6 sports a 10.1-inch Full HD screen with a 1920×1200 resolution and a contrast ratio of 1000:1. The overall thickness of the tablet is 7.5mm and it weighs 460 grams. So we can say this is quite portable and won’t make your bag heavier.

Honor Tab 6 and Honor Tab X6

The manufacturer said that the Honor Tab 6 series comes with a newly upgraded HUAWEI Histen 6.1 sound effect. It also has large amplitude speakers with a 2.2cc large sound cavity, better low frequency effect, and more robust sound quality. The symmetrical design on both sides brings a three-dimensional immersive sound effect.

Honor Tab 6 and Honor Tab X6

In terms of system, our protagonist runs a new MagicUI 3.1 system. It can boast of a full-scene acceleration engine, multiple kernel optimizations, and supports ‘Parallel Vision’ as well as Honor Magic-Pencil pens. The Honor Tab 6 series is also pre-installed with the ‘Huawei Education Center’ App and the ‘Kids Paradise’ App.

Honor Tab 6 and Honor Tab X6

The Honor Tab X6 is the lightened variant of the model above. Its display resolution is 1200 x 800, which is lower than the Tab 6’s FHD screen. Also, the Tab X6 does not support a touch sensitive stylus.

Honor Tab 6 and Honor Tab X6

The Honor Tab 6 is priced quite affordably. The starting price is 1299 yuan ($186), and the Honor Tab X6 (1200×800 resolution) starts at 1099 yuan ($157).

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