The eea has announced the latest pair of affordable tablets in China, with the Honor Tablet, a 6, and X6 models. Both come with an LCD screen, Android, 10, 5100 mAh battery, and runs on the Kirin 710A platform.
The main difference between the two is the displays, which for the Honour of the Tablet 6 is packs a 10.1-inch FHD+ panel, while the X6 is equipped with a 9.7-inch, 1200×800 pixels resolution of the screen.
Both slates offer dual-speaker setups, and a 2MP selfie camera. Around the back we find some of the 5MP shooters. The batteries of both tablets are rated at 5100 mAh and the charging is via a USB-to-C.
The software side is covered by the Magic ONIONS 3.1, which is located at the top of the Android, 10. Both of these new entries into the Tablet, 6-series, to support the Honour of the Magic Pencil, a pen, and it is pre-installed with the Huawei ascend Education Centre as well as a haven for Children, that can be installed.
The Honor Tablet is a 6-in Wi-Fi, only 3 of the 32GB and trim starts at CNY 1,299 ($185), while at the top of the line in the LTE model, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, will go for CNY 1,899 ($271). The first sale will start on the 28th of July.
The X6 starts at CNY 1,099 ($157) in the 3/32GB Wi-fi-only version, and CNY 1,199 ($171) for the 3 of LTE-a 32GB version. Sales in China are scheduled to begin in the month of August. There’s no word on international availability for now.