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7 Reasons to get the Huawei Y7p

Huawei recently launched in the Philippines the Huawei Y7p. It’s a mid-range device with a large screen, triple rear cameras, a big battery, and a sub-PHP 9K price tag. If you’re still thinking of getting this device, then let us give you seven reasons why you should.

48MP Triple AI Camera w/ Super Night Shot

The Huawei Y7p can handle your mobile photography needs, thanks to the high-resolution 48MP F1.8 primary sensor. If you want to capture the scenery or that group shot quickly, there’s the 8MP F2.4 ultra-wide camera with a 120-degree FOV, as well. For portrait shots, the 2MP F2.4 depth camera works in tandem with the primary camera for that photo with a blurred background.

There’s no need to fiddle with the system, though, as it also features the AI intelligent screen recognition technology that can automatically identify 500+ scenes and 21 categories in real-time. All you need to do is point and shoot. When the sun goes down, it has the Super Night Shot mode with up to a six-second exposure for clearer and brighter photos in the dark.

6.39-inch Punch FullView Display

The Huawei Y7p is designed for multimedia consumption thanks to the large 6.39-inch screen with a punch-hole design for the 8MP F2.4 selfie camera. With this kind of display, you’ll get more screen and thinner bezels, as well as an immersive viewing experience, whether it’s just navigating the UI, viewing photos, or watching videos.

Light refraction body

The back of Huawei Y7p features a nano-texture technology to provide a 2.5D effect with light refraction. Also, the mid-frame seamlessly connects the two sides of the device, to produce a streamlined, unibody look that is also easy to grip. In other words, the Y7p not only looks premium, but comfortable in the hands as well. It comes in Midnight Black and Aurora Blue colors.

Kirin 710F w/ GPU Turbo 3.0


The Huawei Y7p is powered by the Kirin 710F, a 12nm SoC with an octa-core CPU consisting of four large Cortex-A73 cores and four small Cortex-A53 cores. Along with the Mali-G51 GPU and GPU Turbo 3.0, the Y7p can handle most tasked like running your favorite social media apps, photography, and light to moderate gaming.

4GB RAM + 64GB storage

The Huawei Y7p can handle background tasks easily thanks to the 4GB RAM. Apps will launch quickly, and transitions between those apps will be smooth. For storage, you’ll get a decent 64GB, but you can easily expand it with a 512GB microSD card using its dedicated slot.

4,000mAh battery

Given the features mentioned above as well as possible uses for this device, it’s only logical to equip it with a large battery. Good thing, the Huawei Y7p packs a big 4,000mAh battery to handle heavy-usage. In our battery test, it was able to provide 19 hours and 21 minutes of playback, which is good. There’s no need to bring a power bank with this phone.

EMUI 9.1 with AppGallery

EMUI is one of the cleanest and most intuitive user interfaces we’ve encountered. It’s also packed with features like Face Unlock 2.0 that can unlock your device in 0.4 seconds, Eye Comfort Mode that is certified by TUV Rheinland, and Extendable Read-Only File System (EROFS) for increased read speeds. EMUI 9.1 (based on Android 9 Pie) also works efficiently with the Kirin 710F chipset for a smooth and stable performance.

When it comes to your app needs, Huawei has the AppGallery built-in, which is now the third-largest app store globally. You can use it to search, download, manage, and share mobile apps. It also features a four-layer detection mechanism to ensure that apps featured on the platform are safe to download and use. Some of the biggest apps available on AppGallery include TikTok, Gmovies, Gcash, Viber, Facebook, and ShareIT. Third-party app stores are also working on the Huawei Y7p, so you can download apps like Instagram, Grab, Messenger, Waze, and Mobile Legends: Bang Bang.

And that sums it up. If you’re looking for a smartphone with the features mentioned above for PHP 9,990, go ahead and pick-up the Huawei Y7p.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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2 Responses

  1. Greg says:

    Typically an article paid by Huawei…no Google services means no protection against virus and no updates. Many sideloaded applications won’t work. And 710 is old processor now…etc

  2. jobert_sucaldito says:

    May ganitong article din sa unbox.ph same din, para tuloy sya paid ad ng hauwei hehehe.

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