Just yesterday we heard that Huawei plans to sell the Honor 6 Plus in the UK in the near future. It's even got a partnership with an operator over there, ensuring the European launch will go as smooth as possible.
Now it's surfaced that the Chinese company is also getting ready to launch the Honor 6 Plus in India. The release will happen before the end of March, but a more exact time frame hasn't been given sadly.
And the same can be said for pricing information, which is especially important in emerging markets such as India. Given its past behavior, though, Huawei is expected to make the Honor 6 Plus quite affordable.
Huawei is already selling the Honor 6 and Honor 3C in India, having introduced them last year. Huawei welcomes the launch of 4G in India, and it's planning on releasing many cheap 4G-capable smartphones in the subcontinent.
The company hopes its wares will stand out through their quality, and it thinks the Honor 6 Plus will "take the market by storm", in the words of Dragon Yin, President of Honor International Business. The phone will be exclusively offered by Flipkart, India's biggest online retailer.