Huawei’s latest Y-series device, the Huawei Y7p, has arrived on our shores. Priced just under PHP 10k, it sports a 6.39-inch hole-punch display, triple cameras, Kirin 710F chipset, and a 4,000mAh battery. While we’ve done an in-depth hands-on of the Y7p, we spent some more quality time with this device to take it for a full spin. Check out our review below.
Design and Construction
The Huawei Y7p comes in two colors, namely Midnight Black and Aurora Blue. Our unit here is in the latter, and we must say, its 2.5D visual effect is pleasing to look at. The rear of the smartphone shows off a metallic-like gradient color when it catches the light. Upon first glance and touch, the Y7p seems to be made of glass, but actually, it’s a polycarbonate material. The build does give it a slight premium feel, though.
Upfront, the Y7p’s display has slim bezels