I’ve been a hardcore iPhone girl for years, but after reviewing a couple of Nokia phones, it’s made me more open minded to trying other handsets and operating systems.
Espcially because the iPhone is cursed with battery doom.
I can’t remember the last day my phone battery has lasted me from first thing in the morning to the last thing at night! It’s always a panic to be away from power sources. That’s where most other phones win.
Including the Huawei Honor 6+.
The Huawei Honor 6+ was released on 1st May and is exclusive to Three.
To celebrate the release, Three are teaming up with me to give away a photography kit to one of my readers.
But before we get to that, let’s get to the phone.
The Huawei Honor 6+
The most important thing about this phone is that it lasts up to 2 days before needing to be charged! TWO DAYS!
The phone also has duel SIM features which means two SIMs can be used at once. This would be helpful to me as I’ve got a work phone as well as my iPhone and it can be a pain having to carry two about all day. Alternatively, the second SIM slot can be used to expand the phones memory with a micro SD card.
Camera wise, it has two 8MP cameras on the back and a 8MP front facing camera – which is fantastic for people like me who love taking selfies on the ol’front facing camera. The iPhones front facing camera is quite low quality at 1.5 micro pixels.
If you’re wondering why there’s TWO camera on the back, well, so was I. The camera basically takes two photos with different exposures etc at the same time, then merges them together into one.
The screen is 5.5 inch and runs on android.
As this phone would be perfect for taking photos, Three is giving away a photography kit to one you which includes a Bubble Pod, which is the perfect companion for taking seamless 360 degree images and videos. The other part of the prize is a £25 gift card for Google Play or iTunes so you can buy some of of the fantastic photo apps to play with.
All you need to do is enter the rafflecopter below!
Please note that this giveaway is only valid for those who live in the UK!
So what’s your favourite photography app?