About a few days ago, Chinese brand, Honor, unveiled this year’s Ryzen Editions of MagicBook Pro and MagicBook 14/15 in China. The company also went on to launch two tablets at the same event and one of them is known as the Honor Pad 6. The company has the device set to go on the 28th of July. However, as a result of harsh weather conditions and floods, the release date of the device has been shifted.
Honor Pad 6, which was also known as the Honor Pad 6 during its launch comes with a variety of storage options and also features both only WiFi as well as 4G variants. The device is powered by a HiSilicon Kirin 710A chipset which is manufactured by SMIC.
Honor first made the tablet available for sale on the launch day (July 16) but it made only a limited quantity available. After that, it made plans to release the device for purchase again on July 28, which happens to be tomorrow. However, the company announced officially last night via its Weibo account that it will push the next sale date of the Honor Pad 6 to August 6 as a result of poor weather conditions.
The company also pointed out via the post that customers who have pre-ordered the device can cancel their order and get a refund if they don’t want to wait that long. Customers who decide to wait, however, will get a 50 yuan ($7) discount coupon as an apology.
Below, is the cost of the new Honor Pad 6.
- 3GB + 32GB (Wi-Fi only) – 1,299 yuan ($185)
- 4GB + 64GB (Wi-Fi only) – 1,399 yuan ($200)
- 4GB + 128GB (Wi-Fi only) – 1,699 yuan ($242)
- 4GB + 64GB (WiFi + 4G) – 1,599 yuan ($228)
- 4GB + 128GB (WiFi + 4G) – 1,899 yuan ($271)