OrientPhone P6+, 1080 display, NFC, 7.6mm body and more

Hot on the heals of the Carpad T6 comes the OrientPhone P6+ sporting the same Huawei Ascend P6 body but with larger high resolution display, NFC and more.

Just looking at these photos of the OrientPhone P6+, it is plain to us that the designers were obviously smitten with the Huawei Ascend P6 when started to sketch out the OrientPhone, but rather than just making a 1:1 replica made the wise decision to add some important updates to the design.

orient phone p6+ button

The biggest change (no pun intended) is the larger 6-inch OGS display with a FHD 1920 x 1080 resolution, considerably more than Huawei’s phone. Another change to the exterior is the addition of a button located in the lower righthand corner allowing you to easily record phone calls (such the need arises).

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Adding that larger display has increased the overall dimensions to 83.2 x 166 x 7.6mm plenty of space to add a quad-core processor, 2GB RAM, 32GB memory, NFC, Mirracast support, OTG, and 3D stereo speakers!

Hands on Video of the OrientPhone P6+

Other nice features include a removable battery, dual-SIM, Micro SD and a nifty integrated one handed operation mode which adjusts the position of certain apps and the lock screen to one side of the screen depending on which hand you use.

orientphone p6+ one handed

The OrientPhone P6+ is on sale at OrientDeal for $320.15.

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  1. John G
    November 12, 2013

    It’s surely a re-badged version of the Carpad T6S, or the other way round? Either way, a great looking, well specified phone with some nice features. I hope you’ll be able to give it a full test!

  2. -alfred
    November 12, 2013

    It looks nice, and surely includes impressive specifications. But how do you know that 2GB RAM has been installed if the info about Storage shows a total of 1GB only? What about the after sales service for international customers from this and other sellers?

  3. kleautzak
    November 12, 2013

    Yes it looks like the carpad 🙂
    Can you get a discountcode for us for the orientphone n3 plus?

  4. November 21, 2013

    This an Ulefone P6. You can check our review in our blog, just type ‘P6’ in the search box and you’ll find several reviews..besides the Huawei Ascend P6 one…and Carpad..we have them all 😉

  5. ewwink
    November 30, 2013

    Hello, please create post why Antutu Score for MTK6589 or MTK6589T (12000-14000) slower than MTK6582 (15000-17000).

    • John Gass
      November 30, 2013

      And I’d like to see an article which gives relevance to Antutu scores… for myself, all I need is smooth scrolling and fairly rapid app launch! I don’t play games so I suspect that Antutu scores above, say, 14,000, wouldn’t enhance my experience with a phone. But is this correct?

      • ewwink
        December 1, 2013

        there is no article just looking around on the internet and some found here, here the list:


        I don’t know how antutu benchmark work but for me and other who want to buy mtk6589t device, higher cpu mean higher antutu score 😀