After some rumors, Huawei has finally formalized this Monday its new entry-level smartphone, the Y7 Pro 2019. The device, proposed at 150 euros, has however been announced for the moment in Vietnam.
Really, Huawei expects to enjoy until the end of 2018. For the final day of the year, the Chinese manufacturer has officially announced its new entry-level smartphone, the Huawei Y7 Pro 2019. Offered around 150 euros, the smartphone is displayed with a notch in the shape of a drop of water on the screen and logically follows the Y7 2018.
It's on its Vietnamese website that Huawei officially unveiled its new Y7 Pro 2019 on Monday. Featuring a 6.26-inch screen displaying 1520 pixels by 720 with a drop-shaped notch on the top, the smartphone is also equipped with a Snapdragon 450 processor, 3GB RAM and 32GB expandable storage by microSD card. The smartphone also has a dual photo module on the back for capturing shots of 13 megapixels with a second sensor of 2 megapixels for portrait mode. On the front, there is a 16-megapixel camera used for selfies.
Here are all the features of the Huawei Y7 2019:
6.26-inch screen, 1520 × 720 pixels
Snapdragon 450 processor
3 GB of RAM, 32 GB of storage + microSD
13 + 2 megapixel rear photo module
16 megapixel front camera
4000 mAh battery, 10 watt charger (5V, 2A)
Micro-USB + headphone jack
No fingerprint reader
76.91 x 158.92 x 8.1 mm, 168g
For the time being, the Huawei Y7 Pro 2019 has only been announced in Vietnam, where it is priced at 3,990,000 dong, or 150 euros. The launch of the smartphone in Europe has not yet been formalized by the manufacturer.
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