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Huawei Honor 6 Plus: Owner Review Part 3


There are total of three 8-megapixel camera equipped on Honor 6 Plus, one at the front as secondary and the a pair at the back as main camera. Front facing camera comes with F2.4 aperture and it support FHD video record as well. Instagram alike effect can be apply straight away during shooting process for monitor, and the instant beautify (skin smoother) effect will pleased selfie lovers.


The rear F2.0 8-megapixel Dual-camera is not as bad as several review that i read and watch on internet. Honor 6 Plus offer a very fun and enjoyable camera experience, i believe it is one of the top camera smartphone in the price range.

Huawei Honor 6 Plus: Owner Review Part 2


Honor 6 Plus does not come with capacitive buttons, same as flagship device such as Nexus and HTC, it use the on-screen buttons. It took me only half day to get used to it, IMO, capacitive buttons might break the simplicity design of the phone. However, will give a try on Touch Plus Tempered Glass “η΅ηŠ€δΈ€ζŒ‡” in future, because it help to save up extra screen estate.


EMUI 3.0 on-screen buttons offer two extra controls instead of the traditional back/home/menu, as image above, on most left is a button where you can hide the navigation bar, then slide up from screen’s bottom edge to bring it up. On most right is a shortcut to bring down/up notification panel.

Huawei Honor 6 Plus: Owner Review Part 1


My Redmi Note 3G is aging, with limited 8GB internal storage, old Android Jelly Bean and still yet to come MIUI 6. All these excuses pushed me to get a better phone, and no more entry-level budget smartphone as primary phone.


Two phones come into mind, Huawei Honor 6 Plus (available in MY since end April) and Xiaomi Note (coming soon to MY on 22th July). First, Huawei Honor 6 Plus, the name “6 Plus” make me raised an eyebrow, of all the name available, why copy iPhone’s. Think of it again, Xiaomi done the same thing too with not one, but two “Note” phones, guess this is how mainland’s marketing strategy, use the brand name that already well-known instead of building another.

“EPF i-Akaun” Application for Android Devices

Employees Provident Fund (EPF) mobile application released on 31st March 2014, currently only for Android platform (2.2 and above) with no iOS version mentioned. Account holders can access their account by logging with i-Akaun username and password.

Here is the Description is in English, KWSP introduce EPF i-Akaun, an application specifically build for EPF account holder to access information on their account through Smartphones. With the application, account holder able to check on:

– Personal profile
– Statement and Sub-statement
– Calculator (ex: for house loan and business)
– KWSP latest news
– KWSP branch location with Goole Map intgrated

The application that done by KWSP themselves can be download from Google Play: EPF i-Akaun

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