The Huawei Y7p has been officially launched over on Huawei’s website for Thailand. The new mid-ranger comes with very interesting design and specs for the price; let’s have a closer look.
Huawei Y7p with Three Rear Cameras & Punch-Hole Launched at $159
The Huawei Y7p packs an averagely sized 6.39-inch panel with a punch-hole camera in the upper left corner. According to the website, the device comes with Huawei’s “Blind Hole” technology that can effectively cover the front camera and screen area to make the cutout look smaller. In actuality, it looks a lot like all the other phones with punch-hole cameras. The display also sports a screen to body ratio of 90.15% and a resolution of 1560 × 720.
Under the hood, the Huawei Y7p is equipped with a Huawei Kirin 710F chip; along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. To keep performance up in games as well, the smartphone features GPU Turbo technology. GPU Turbo is a software-hardware graphics acceleration technology that can improve the performance of mobile phone GPUs.
More specifically, GPU Turbo opens up the processing bottleneck between the EMUI operating system and the GPU and CPU. The traditional graphics processing framework has been rebuilt from the bottom, so that software and hardware collaboration is optimized.
Photography wise, the Y7p packs a 48MP main rear camera paired with a secondary 8MP ultra wide angle lens and a 2MP depth of field sensor. Meanwhile at the front we find a single 8MP selfie snapper.
The smartphone also supports AI scene recognition. It automatically and intelligently recognizes a variety of scenes (up to 500) through AI computing power. It can effectively and accurately identify portraits, blue sky, plants, food, and more, to optimize the settings and obtain the best images.
Finally, the Huawei Y7p is packs a 4000mAh capacity battery and runs EMUI 9.1 (Based on Android 9). The handset will be sold for 4,999 baht, which is about $159.