I’ve had my Huawei Ascend P6 (on a well priced Vodacom contract) for more than just a couple of months now, and I have to say, this definitely was one of my better choices when it came to selecting a follow up phone for my aging Samsung Galaxy Ace towards the end of last year.
Essentially the Chinese-made Huawei Ascend P6 can best be described as a well priced, upper tier mid-range Android smartphone. It features a gorgeous full metallic body that is ultra thin and ultra light, and features 1.5 GHz quad core processor supported by the Huawei K3V2 chipset as its internal guts. It is powered by Android Jellybean 4.2.2 and has 2 GB RAM, 8 GB of storage capacity (internal), with microSD card memory expansion of up to 32 GB.
All the generally expected connectivity options are there, and like I said, this gorgeous, generously proportioned smartphone is genuinely a pleasure to use.
Anyway, the point of this quick note to myself is how to take screenshots on the P6 – seeing as I need to generate a presentation based on Touchwork’s newly developed app which obviously could do with some pretty pictures.
As it turns out, the method of taking a screenshot remains a pretty stock affair. Simply place a finger on the down volume rocker and another on the power button. Press and hold simultaneously for about 3 seconds, after which you’ll hear the shutter sound and a preview of the captured screenshot will appear. This quickly disappears, leaving you back in the application sandbox, as if you had never left it in the first place.
The screenshot images are saved in the internal memory, under /Pictures/Screenshots, so use them as you will.
Easy as that.