The Apple iPhone 6 Plus is powered by a Dual-core 1.4 GHz Typhoon (ARM v8-based) CPU processor with 1 GB RAM DDR3. The device also has 16/64/128 GB internal storage and a 5.5-inch LED-backlit IPS LCD (1080 x 1920 pixels, 401 ppi) display. It has a 8MP rear camera and supports Wifi, NFC, GPS, 3G and 4G LTE. It packs in a Non-removable Li-Po 2915 mAh battery (11.1 Wh) at 7.1mm device thickness and weight 172g, running on iOS 8, upgradable to iOS 9.2.1.
The latest Apple iPhone 6 Plus price in Malaysia market starts from RM769. It is available in Space Gray, Silver, Gold colours.
After their recent launch 2 months ago, Doogee Malaysia have been bringing in various Doogee smartphones like the Doogee X5Max which features a 4000 mAh battery and fingerprint sensor with a metal frame. They've also timed the X5Max in a movie playback battery life test against the Apple iPhone 6 Plus. Granted, the iPhone 6 Plus is not the most energy efficient phone out there but do check out the video below for yourself.
The Huawei Honor 6 Plus made the headlines a few days back with its variable aperture dual rear camera setup. We have already added a few samples from the phone in our previous article and today, we have some more camera samples which are compared with Apple iPhone 6 camera samples. Variable aperture is made possible with the help of the advanced algorithms inside the Honor 6 Plus. Using the feed from both the 8MP rear cameras, the phone lets the user control aperture ranges from f/0.96 to f/16. In the camera menu, there is a slider which changes these aperture levels, even after the image has been captured. The two 8MP symmetrical cameras at the back along with the powerful 3IE algorithm make this all possible. The primary 8MP camera in the setup features auto-focus with f/2.0 aperture and the secondary 8MP has a fixed focus with f/2.4. The primary camera focuses on nearby objects and the secondary fixed-focus camera captures a flat image. With a combination of the two sensors, the Honor 6 Plus offers features such as variable aperture, depth of field and faster HDR. This also helps in better low light performance, which you'll clearly see in the pictures given below.
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