The rainy days are the times when one’s purchasing power is insufficient. With Huawei Y7P, that problem is no more as this entry level smartphone is affordable and packed with quality features.
“There’s always been a time in our life that our budget is very tight. I call those days the rainy days of our life,” Huawei Philippines Product Training Manager, Bryan Baculi said. “This Y7p will take the pressure away. It is not only an affordable product but of quality.”
Its triple AI main cameras ensure high quality photos and stability for photogenic users. The camera is a combination of a 48MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide angle lens, and a 2MP bokeh lens.
Its exterior design is crafted with Huawei Punch Display to deliver an immersive 90.15 percent screen-to-body ratio for a full view display. Unlike most smartphones, where the front camera is at the middle, its 8MP front camera is attached to the upper left side of the screen for an added viewing experience.
Powered by Kirin 710f, its octacore processors are divided with specific tasks and each of the four cores focuses on performance and efficiency. The battery is a 4000 mAh big battery that can last up to one day for an average user.
Its internal memory is at 4GB+64GB and expandable up to 512GB. It has a price of P9,990.
The Y7p is now available for pre-order at Lazada and Shopee until Feb. 27. Users who will pre-order will receive a handful of freebies including a bluetooth speaker, a 50GB Huawei Cloud, 500 Huawei Points, and a P1,000 Freebuds 3 voucher.
The first 50 customers to pre-order will also get a powerbank worth P1,499, while the first 10 customers receive get a 50 percent voucher for the Freebuds 3.
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