In the box – phone, charging brick, cable and headphones.
Some key features of this device
5.2 inch IPS LCD screen
13 megapixel f/2.0 autofocus camera
3000 milliampere battery
Let’s take a look at the build.
Beautiful screen. I wish the glass protector was smoother when swiping. Strong metal frame with chamfered edges. Thin and lightweight with non-removable battery and back. Headphone jack and nano SIM card. Mono speaker. According to Huawei’s website, “It features a number of innovative hardware upgrades showcased in a cutting-edge slim design.”
Some key notes from my review.
More than four hours screen on time and full days use.
Finger print reader center and away from camera.
I wish there was a sorted app draw.
Camera takes decent photos but not as good as a flagship.
In summary I would say the following about this device
Value for money with room for improvement.
Slim and beautiful design that is comfortable in the hands.
Smooth and responsive OS
Let’s see what other reviews had to say about this device
A mid-range gem from Huawei
Solid middle-tier smartphone without much in the way of fancy extras.
Affordable phone that focuses on style as much as substance.
If you had to choose a colour, what would you choose? White, black or gold.
Did you know? The name Huawei roughly translates to ‘Chinese achievement’
Thank you for watching or reading this review and thank you to Huawei Trinidad Office for providing these review units.
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