Against wind and tide Huawei continues to launch devices are Google services, a commitment to its own Huawei Mobile Services with which it wants to escape from the networks of US companies. Today the company has launched a new terminal in Thailand, 90.15%, a mid-range device that we already know all its data.
Huawei Y7p, four cameras and no Google sign
The new device presented in Thailand follows the lines of the company's mid-range terminals. Its front sports a screen with hole for your 8MP camera. This one comes with 6.3 inches and HD + resolution, offering a screen ratio that goes to 90.15%.
Its rear shows a system of triple rear camera with a main 48MP, a wide angle of 48 MP and a third lens of 2MP to capture the depth. Focused on this rear we have a physical fingerprint sensor that breaks the unbroken lines of the Huawei Y7p.
As far as inside is concerned we have a processor Huawei Kirin 710 F with a unique configuration of 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. All this sustained with a battery of 4,000 mAh that is charged by microUSB connector at 5v.
With the cape EMUI 9.1, this terminal has Android 9, but as we have already mentioned it does not have Google services, so you can not use the Play Store, Google Maps or any of the services of the great G. Not at least as long as the war continues trade between the USA and China.
Specifications of the HUAWEI Y7p
Dimensions: 76.13mm X 159.81mm X 8.13mm Weight: 176 grams Available colors: Aurora Blue and Midnight Black
Operating System: Android 9 Customization layer: EMUI 9.1
TFT LCD (IPS) 6.3 inches with HD resolution + 1560 x 720p with a ratio of 90.15%
Kirin 710F 4 x Cortex-A73 Based 2.2GHz + 4 x Cortex-A53 Based 1.7GHz Mali G51-MP4
48MP (f / 1.8 aperture) + 8MP (ultra wide angle, f / 2.4) + 2MP (f2.4)
Bluetooth 5.0, Micro-USB, 3.5mm jack port
Availability and price
At the moment the Huawei Y7p only appears destined for Thailand, where you can already book in Aurora Blue and Midnight Black colors at a price that, after euros, stays in 150 with a delivery date for February 21.
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