As WhatMobile previously reported, Huawei is planning on releasing the Huawei Y7p to the Pakistani market next month. But now we have a definite date, thanks to an official teaser poster that was recently shared by the Chinese brand. As per this promo, the Y7p will be available for pre-order in Pakistan starting from March 6th. Huawei is also throwing in free gifts if you go for the pre-order deal.
The rear-facing panel on the Y7p shows a 2.5D light effect, with shifting colors in Might Night and Aurora Blue themes. A Punch FullView Display stretches 6.39 inches across, producing a 90.15 screen-to-body ratio.
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To keep the punch-hole module from disrupting your viewing experience Huawei Y7p uses 'blind hole' technology to mask the front-facing camera behind the screen. The IPS LCD delivers an HD+ resolution and a 269 ppi density. The punch-hole itself houses a modest 8-megapixel selfie shooter and that too at an affordable Huawei Price.
A triple camera setup (arranged vertically) sits on the top-left corner, alongside a panel-centered traditional fingerprint scanner. The main camera is a 48-megapixel sensor that uses AI to stabilize your low-light shots. It also intelligently identifies the scene in real-time and adjusts your camera settings accordingly. Rounding off this lens is an 8-megapixel ultrawide angle camera, and a 2-megapixel depth assist shooter.
The Y7p runs on Huawei's own Kirin 710F chipset, which in turn uses an intelligent acceleration engine to prevent performance lag. The manufacturer claims that it can reduce app startup delay by 19%.
An octa-core processor is baked into this SoC, not to mention a Mali G51-MP4 GPU for superior graphics performance. The chipset on Huawei Y7p is combined with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of native storage -- expandable up to 512 GB with a microSD card. The setup draws power from a 4,000 mAh battery with support for 10W fast charging.
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And to drive this hardware, Huawei opted for an Android-Pie-based EMUI 9.1. However, the phone won't be shipping with GMS, so you'll either have to make do with the onboard HMS and its AppGallery or sideload the apps manually. It will be interesting to see how Huawei Prices the new handset however we are expecting it to fall anywhere between 23,000 to 26000 Pakistani rupees.