Back in April, Huawei's sub-brand Honor had launched a smartphone named Honor 6C. Now, it seems like an upgraded version of the device dubbed as Honor 6C Pro is on the way.
We say so as the German and Italian websites of Honor have published the user manual of the smartphone. Last month, the Honor 6C Pro also received the Eurasian Economic Union certification. This means Honor is planning to launch the smartphone pretty soon. That being said, the Chinese company is yet to make an announcement regarding the launch of any device.
Coming to the user manual, unfortunately, it doesn't reveal much information about the specs of the Honor 6C Pro. The only thing we have come to know is that the smartphone will run on Android Nougat with Huawei's custom Emotion UI 5 on top.
Other than that, it has revealed that the Honor 6C Pro variant that is heading to Germany, Italy, and other European regions has the model number JMM-L22.
The manual also contains an image of the Honor 6C Pro placed alongside a TV. It doesn't make sense though as the smartphone doesn't appear to have narrow bezels. In fact, the top and bottom bezels are quite thick. However, it could also indicate that the smartphone's display can be mirrored on a larger screen.
The device doesn't feature a physical home button, which means there could be a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner on the Honor 6C Pro.
Another image shows that one of the variants of the smartphone would feature a hybrid SIM slot. So users would be able to use two nano-sized SIM cards or one nano-SIM along with a microSD card at the same time.
If you are wondering about the specifications, the Honor 6C Pro is said to be a mid-ranger. It will reportedly be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor clubbed with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage space.
As for optics, the smartphone is likely to be equipped with a 13MP rear-facing camera as well as a 5MP selfie shooter at the front. The display of the Honor 6C Pro could be of 5.2-inch that would deliver full HD resolution of 1,920×1,080 pixels.