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Huawei has started focusing on the entry level smartphones, as the entry level smartphones offers a considerable customer base. People are slowly shifting to smartphones rather than using the old java based phones. Seeing the market trend, Huawei recently launched its “Y3 II” smartphone. The smartphone will attract users searching for a budget smartphone that offers range of connectivity options and delivers a snappy performance. So let’s see how this smartphone works in the real life.
The phone boasts a traditional look with its rectangular design and its slightly curved edges. Though the design is not revolutionary, it sure looks decent enough. For people conscious about the color of their smartphone, this phone comes in five color variants i.e. Obsidian Black, Arctic White, Sand Gold, Rose Pink, Sky Blue, thus giving its users to select their favorite colors. The phone is handy as its dimensions are 5.28 x 2.63 x 0.39 inches. The display of the phone features a 4.5 inches capacitive touchscreen that provides a screen resolution of 480 x 854 pixels that roughly translates to approximately 218 pixels-per-inch pixel density. The display turns out to be impressive along with the viewing angles for a budget smartphone, but we believe that the brightness of the display as well as sunlight legibility could have been better. However, at the current price tag, it’s difficult to ask for more.
The phone features a 1.3 GHz Quad-core Cortex-A7 processor which is backed by Mediatek MT6582M chipset and Mali-400MP2 GPU for 3G models. While the phone features a 1.0 GHz Quad-core Cortex-A53 processor backed by Mediatek MT6735M and Mali-T720MP2 GPU for 4G models. The quad-core processor enables the phone to perform basic functions without any hiccups. However, the general performance may feel a little sluggish at times. The Mali GPU lets the users play light games without any interruptions or frame drops, but the users can’t expect to play graphic intensive games on this smartphone. An internal storage of 8GB is provided in the smartphone, which could be expanded up to 32 GB using the microSD card slot provided in the phone. The phone runs on Android OS, version 5.1 i.e. Lollipop with the help of Emotion UI 3.1 Lite. A 1GB of RAM is provided in this smartphone, which is becoming a kind of standard in entry level smartphones. The phone offers dual SIM functionality too.
The phone features a 5-MP rear autofocus camera that is supported by a dual-LED flashlight. The front shooter is provided with a 2 MP camera. The images captured by the phone in broad daylight are share worthy, while the images clicked in low light conditions lack clarity, as a lot of noise do seems to creep in the photographs. The phone features a unique “Easy Button.” One can use the Easy Button for a range of functions, like one can assign it to start flashlight, click photos or record videos. Talking about multimedia, the phone features a loudspeaker which produces average sound. A 3.5mm audio jack is also provided in the smartphone. The phone also features MP4/XviD /H.265 player, MP3/WAV/eAAC+/Flac player, Photo/video editor and a Document viewer.
The battery provided in the smartphone works well. Having topped with a 2100 mAh Li-Po removable battery, this phone can work for an entire day with moderate usage. The smartphone does the basic functions, such as Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, hotspot, A-GPS, Bluetooth version 4.0 with A2DP and LE, FM Radio and microUSB version 2.0.
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