The Huawei Y Max is huge. Its screen stretches 7.1 inches across. Even if you have large hands, holding it might be difficult. Its sides are curved well, which helps you grip it better. It’s not made from a slippery material either.
You’re not looking at a very expensive phone. That’s why it’s great that it weighs 210 grams. The heft makes it feel more premium.
Looking across its sides, you’ll find a microSD slot. You’re getting a 3.5 mm headphone jack as well. The mobile comes with a fingerprint sensor too. It’s on its rear and is pretty responsive.
You can’t pick it up in many colours. The options only available are white, black and brown.
Let’s talk about its screen. You’re already aware that it’s huge. But you’re getting an IPS LCD panel as well. The colours produced are decent but they’re nowhere near Super AMOLED level.
Its screen resolution is 83.5%. There’s barely any bezel action going on, and it’s pretty sharp. It rocks a 1080 x 2244 pixel resolution.
Outdoors, you’ll have trouble using it. It can’t handle glare.
Being so heavy, it shouldn’t surprise you that a large battery of 5000 mAh is inside. The Y Max will fully drain in 2 days. Of course, its battery saving modes would make it last longer. If you’re wondering, no, its battery is non-removable.
You’ll be using a micro USB port to charge it. It’s considered dated these days. That’s why the phone takes so long to charge. It goes from 0-100% in around 2 hours.
The OS it runs is Android 8.1 out of the box. It’s available through EMUI 8.2 – Huawei’s proletary interface. It’s pretty customizable. No, you’re not getting Android 10. Android 11 is around the corner and you’re probably not getting it either.
Moving through its systems would be a breeze. There’s a Snapdragon 660 chipset housed. It’s not beastly. However, t’s a mid-ranger that can handle extensive tasks. The fact that you get good RAM and ROM makes using it even easier.
How do you feel about 128 GB of space and 4 GB of RAM? Even though it comes with so much storage, you can still expand its insides. Remember that you’ll have to buy the microSD cards separately, though.
What about its camera? There is a dual set-up on its rear. It consists of a 16 MP primary lens and a secondary 2 MP depth sensor. The shots taken aren’t the most vibrant. They’re especially not good in low-light.
If it’s any consolation, you’re getting a pretty bright LED flash.
On its selfie camera, a single 8 MP shooter is present. The photographs taken would not leave you Instagram ready. Sadly, there is no LED flash either.
Let’s dive into what you’re interested in, its price. You can pick the Huawei Y Max for around Rs.30,000 islandwide. It’s a mid-ranger on the lower end of the price spectrum which is why its specs aren’t the best.
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