Huawei Maimang 7 Officially Announced at 2399 Yuan

Huawei Maimang 7 Officially Announced at 2399 Yuan

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This morning, the Huawei Maimang 7 was officially uncovered. The most attractive feature of this phone is the quad-camera design. There is a 24MP dual-camera on the front as well as a 20MP another dual-camera on the back. And it costs 2399 yuan ($349).

Huawei Maimnag 7

The Huawei Maimang 7, as expected, has been made for young customers. So everything you find in it has been put with a single purpose in mind – to satisfy the requirements of young customers.

The phone sports a 6.3-inch new-generation high-resolution full-screen. This display has a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. It adopts the much-popular bangs screen design. The back uses a double-beam curved glass body and symmetrical aesthetic design. You can choose any from the following color options – sea blue, bright black, and platinum light gold.

Under the hood, the Huawei Maimang 7 is equipped with a Kirin 710 processor paired with a 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, and a 3750mAh battery. Of course, it supports GPU Turbo.

Huawei Maimnag 7

As we said at the beginning of this article, the Huawei Maimang 7 comes with a 24MP+2MP front camera, which supports HDR Pro, more clear backlight, independent DSP + ISP, newly upgraded AI beauty algorithm, identification of 8 category scenes, and 3D Qmoji emoticon pack to add fun to your photos.

Huawei Maimnag 7

On the back, we can find a 20MP+2MP dual-camera with a F/1.8 large aperture, automatically AI recognition of 22 category images and 500+ scenes, intelligent photo composition guide, 480fps slow-motion video recording, and many more.

Huawei Maimnag 7

The Huawei Maimang 7 is also optimized for high-speed rail, elevator and other cases where you can experience poor connectivity.

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It will go on sale on September 12 at Huawei Mall, Telecom Business Hall, Huawei authorized experience store, and other retailers.

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