Huawei unveiled plans to bring its Honor 6X smartphone to Europe and North America yesterday, as you may know. The handset was initially announced back in October. And now it's already up for pre-order in the US, with its release happening on January 10. You can pre-order it from Honor's own online store, or go with Best Buy or Amazon if you want. The price is $249.99 unlocked.
Across the pond in Europe things are even better, with the Honor 6X actually being in stock at vMall, Huawei's official online store for the continent. You can choose between silver or gold color versions for now, as the gray one isn't yet available.
The Honor 6X's normal price is £224 in the UK and €249 in the Eurozone (in both cases SIM-free and unlocked, of course), but today only you can grab one for £176.49 or €224.10, respectively. All you have to do (aside from ordering before midnight) is add one to your cart, then in your cart click the big blue button that says you can get an "xtraordinary price". This will automatically apply a discount code and you'll pay less than the recommended price at checkout. That's it.
If the Honor 6X intrigues you and you want to learn more about it, don't miss our hands-on report with the device.
No doubt that the Honor 6X is a nice device, especially at this price point. The only time it is not worth it is in case you live in country where Honor 8 is being campaigned at the same price.
Agreed, but the device is still pretty nice for its price. However, if the Honor 8 is available at the same price, it would definitely be a better deal.
I don't know about the rest of the world, but Honor 8 (which VASTLY superior to this model in all aspects) is discounted at 260$ in several European countries, which renders it useless...