Huawei Y7p Now Available For Pre-Order in Pakistan

The latest addition to Huawei Y Series, Huawei Y7p, is an affordable mid-ranger with a focus on photography and performance. The device is packed with a 48MP AI triple-camera, a 6.39-inch Punch-hole FullView Display, flagship design, Kirin 710F Octa-core processor, and many more features. The Huawei Y7P will be available for pre-orders on the 6th of March.


The phone comes with a rear AI triple-camera, which consists of a 48MP main camera with an f/1.8 aperture lens that makes capturing wider shots in HiRes possible. An 8MP Super Wide Angle camera for landscape shots and wide-angle video recording, plus a 2MP depth-sensing camera for simulating realistic depth-of-field effects for portraits.


As mentioned above, the Huawei Y7p comes with a 6.39-inch Punch-hole FullView Display that has slim bezels all around, except the slightly larger chin. The 19.5:9 display supports HD+ resolution (1560×720). Playing games and watching videos should be an enjoyable experience.

The Y7p is coming in two color variants, Midnight Black and Aurora Blue that have a holographic effect.


The Y7p as it is powered by the Kirin 710F, a 12nm SoC with an integrated Octa-Core processor which runs on EMUI 9.1.

Packed with a 4000mAh (typical value) battery, Huawei Y7p provides up to two-day battery life. It also supports AI power-saving technology to offer power management for various scenarios and fix abnormal battery drain issues.

The phone comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal storage with an additional micro SD slot for expansion of up to 512GB.

Huawei AppGallery

The phone comes with Huawei Mobile Services (HMS), which includes a range of essential smartphone features including the Huawei AppGallery, an app marketplace from which users can easily download apps.

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