When it comes to buying a smartphone, there are a handful of key features that are important to any consumer – display, camera, price and battery. The recently launched Huawei Y6P ticks the box on all of those elements, while also looking like a premium device too, but it is leading all other competitors when it comes to battery life.
This as the Huawei Y6P boasts a massive 5 000mAh battery. When you’re talking numbers, that puts most flagship phones to shame, and more importantly, this mid-range can keep working all day and then some.
With most new flagship phones floating around the 4 000mAh mark when it comes to battery size, the Y6P can go for longer, while also having the added advantage of not costing an arm and a leg to buy.
For those that are looking for value for money, the Y6P is right up there.
The all-day companion
As more South Africans are working and studying from home, the same goes for enjoying content on their mobile device.
As such, a device that is able to cope with all that becomes all the more important.
Wondering what you can do with the Huawei Y6P and its massive 5 000mAh battery? Well if watching videos are your thing, it can handle up to 32 hours of video playback. Added to this is up to 20 hours of continuous web browsing over 4G, as well as 36 hours worth of voice calls over 4G too.
If you have a particularly busy day on the cards, then the Huawei Y6P should stand you in good stead.
This mid-range phone is not a one trick pony either, with Huawei ensuring that the rest of its components are equally noteworthy.
To that end a sizeable 6.3″ HD+ display is found up front, with minimal bezels and dewdrop design to house the 8MP selfie camera. This is paired with a trio of lenses on the rear, with the Y6P featuring a 13MP, 5MP and 2MP combination to yield crisp and detailed photos regardless of the scenario.
Matching up with the photography onboard the Y6P is powered by a Mediatek MT6762R octa-core processor to take care of the heavy lifting. Also helping to keep things ticking over at a smooth rate are 3GB of RAM and 64GB of onboard storage for all those photos you’re going to be taking.
There’s also enough space to handle a few high-end mobile games too, as well as a wide variety of apps, all of which you’ll be able to explore in the Huawei AppGallery.
Speaking of which, the Y6P was one of the first smartphones in the country to sport Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), delivering a new experience for local consumers.
If you’re cost savvy and want a smartphone that gives you more bang for your buck, you can purchase the Huawei Y6P here, as well as find out about Huawei’s other mobile devices.