How much does the Huawei Y7 Pro (2019) cost? You can pick it up for around Rs.33,000 island-wide.
Being a phone that was released recently, it has all the hallmarks of a modern device. For starters, its screen is big. You’re getting a 6.26-inch face. If you have small hands, holding it might be tough.
I’m a fan of how thin it is. Its sleek width makes the Y7 Pro feel more expensive. Its dimensions are 158.9 mm x 76.9 mm x 8.1 mm.
Being so affordable, it’s no surprise that it wasn’t made with premium materials. You’re looking at a handset that was made from plastic.
It has sides that were curved well. This helps you hold the Y7 Pro for hours without your palms feeling sore.
You’re getting a MicroSD slot. Remember that you’ll have to purchase the microSD card separately. Even without the expandable storage, we’re fans. It comes with good storage options.
Looking across its sides, you’ll notice a 3.5 mm headphone jack. There is a fingerprint sensor too. It’s on its rear, in an easy-to-reach spot. I think its buttons are tactile and also easy to reach.
You can’t pick it up in many colours. Only two are available, and they are Black and Aurora. The black is the best. The Aurora option has an effect on its rear that looks cheap.
There is an IPS LCD panel on its front. Colours won’t be the most vibrant. I’ve talked about IPS LCDs numerous times on our site.
As its front is so big, immersing in content would be easy. The fact that it has an impressive 80% screen-to-body ratio also helps.
I don’t think it’s sharp. Its display is 720 x 1520 pixels. For a display over 6 inches, this isn’t ideal. You’ll notice blurriness if you look closely.
The OS it runs out of the box is Android 8.1. It’s available through EMUI, Huawei’s proprietary UI. EMUI is super customizable. But as it has so many themes, it’s heavy.
Can you update its systems to Android 11? There currently is no news of an update.
The chipset housed is the Snapdragon 450. It’s not anything to write home about, as it’s rather weak. The phone comes with superb RAM, though. You’ll be picking it up with 4 GB of memory, which makes moving through its systems faster.
You can purchase it with either 32, 64, or 128 GB of space. As mentioned, expanding its storage would be possible.
There is a 4,000 mAh battery inside. The unit is nonremovable. Expect the Y7 Pro to fully drain in around a day. You can prolong it longer with its expert battery-saving modes of course.
Here’s the deal:
Charging it would be a headache. It uses a 10 W regular charger – it’ll go from 0-100% in over 2 hours. You’ll be plugging the cable into its micro USB port. It’s considered dated these days and is one of the reasons why the mobile takes so long to charge.
Huawei isn’t a company known for superb cameras. The Y7 Pro (2019) is pretty affordable, so its camera set-up isn’t excellent. There is a dual set-up on its rear. It consists of a 13 MP primary lens and a secondary 2 MP depth sensor. Shots taken would especially be bad in low light.
Speaking of taking photos in dim settings, you’ll love that it comes with a bright LED flash. There is sadly no LED sensor on its front. Its selfie camera is a single 16 MP lens.
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