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Huawei has upgraded the largest model of its entry-level Y series. The Y7 has numerous improvements over its predecessor, the Y7too. Specifically, the screen has grown from 5. Furthermore, the new Y7 has dual rear-facing cameras, the main one of which is a 13 MP sensor that is supported by a 2 MP sensor. Moreover, the battery capacity has increased from 3, mAh to an impressive 4, mAh.
We have chosen to compare the Y7 against other comparably priced and sized budget smartphones. Huawei has reduced the top and bottom bezels to accommodate the larger display, which gives the Y7 a more elegant look than its predecessor in our view. The company has included a notch too that contains the front-facing camera.
The Y7 has a plastic back case just like its predecessor. However, Huawei has switched to a glossy finish rather than the matte plastic that it used in the Y7 The Y7 still has a restrained design though despite the added glamour and its rounded edges help it fit well in our hands. Our review unit is solid for an entry-level smartphone and does not creak or bend no matter how hard we try to twist it. We can depress the back cover and the display, but this does not impact its rigidity in our opinion.
Best Displaysfor University Students. Please keep in mind that EMUI 8. If that is not enough, then you can use up to GB microSD cards to add additional storage. However, we could not save apps or data, which is disappointing. The Y7 also has what many more-expensive smartphones lack.
Thankfully, this is not the case with the Y7which has two nano-SIM card slots and a dedicated microSD card slot too, so you can use both functionalities simultaneously. The Y7 ships with Android 8. The company has not declared whether it plans to update the device to EMUI 9 and Android 9, but we shall keep you updated if it does. Our review unit had January 1, security patch updates installed at the time of testing, which were a few months outdated.
EMUI has a slightly different layout than stock Android, which may take some getting used to if you are unfamiliar with it. Huawei also preinstalls a small selection of system tools including an FM radio app, a compass and a mirror. You can uninstall these though, as you can with all the third-party apps that come preloaded too like Amazon Shopping, Booking.
The Y7 supports Bluetooth 4. Huawei does not specify what LTE download and upload speeds the Y7 can achieve, but the SoC sets the maximum transfer speeds that the device could theoretically reach. Disappointingly, the device does not support NFC because it lacks the required chip. Moreover, the Y7 can only connect to 2. Correspondingly, our review unit achieves below average Wi-Fi transfer speeds when connected to our Linksys EA reference router. Although the device maintained a stable connection throughout our tests, it could only place towards the bottom of our comparison tables.
Our review unit can find a satellite fix with up to three metres accuracy within a few seconds, which is impressive for such a cheap smartphone and makes it more accurate than even some flagship devices. The Y7 also proved its decent GPS accuracy on our bike ride, where we compared its results against the Garmin Edgea professional navigation system.
Our review unit could not plot as accurate of a route as the Garmin, but it only deviated by 70 metres over the 9. Hence, the Y7 is accurate enough for all general navigation tasks like cycling, driving or walking. The phone app immediately displays a numeric keypad upon launch and provides direct access to contacts and favourites.
Overall, the Huawei app operates just as well as the stock Google one. Our review unit also has decent call quality. Both sides of a call always remained intelligible during our tests, although both parties occasionally sounded a bit dampened, for some reason. We experienced no issues when making and receiving calls over speakerphone too.
Huawei has equipped the Y7 with an 8 MP front-facing camera that sits in a waterdrop-shaped notch at the top of its display. Photos generally look passable and can be spiced up either with the automatic beautifying function or with AI stickers, the latter of which we have included in our test shots. The Y7 can also trigger the shutter once it recognises a smiling face, as it can if you say "cheese" too.
These options, and gesture controls, must first be enabled in the settings of the default camera app. The dual rear-facing cameras support those modes too along with a Pro mode that has options for adjusting the aperture, white balance and light sensitivity among other settings.
The Y7 has an amazingly good set of rear cameras for a budget device. Our review unit takes vivid-looking photos in daylight and demarcates between light and dark areas as demonstrated by scenes 1 and 2. Some brighter areas look a touch overexposed for our liking though. Likewise, the sensors struggle to capture fine details like the pattern of the T-shirt on the Notebookcheck mascot.
Perhaps expectedly, low-light photography is not a strength of the Y7as scene 3 shows. In short, our test shot looks blurry and washed-out with weak dynamics. Choose a scene and navigate within the first image. One click changes the position on touchscreens. One click on the zoomed-in image opens the original in a new window.
The first image shows the scaled photograph of the test device. The results are good, but the Y7 generally overexposes colours; grey tones look accurate though. Our test chart looks sharp too, while the rear-facing cameras have no problems with reproducing black text against colour backgrounds. The bottom corners of the chart look rather pale, but this a problem for many smartphones. Huawei does not currently sell any Y7 specific accessories at the time of writing.
Please keep in mind that Huawei limits this to just the device and only affords the battery and the charger six months coverage. This limitation will not affect your statutory rights though. The Y7 has a point multitouch touchscreen, which worked precisely and accurately throughout our tests. Huawei preinstalls SwiftKey as the default keyboard too, which functions just as well as it does on other devices that we have tested.
You can replace the keyboard with another, such as those downloadable from the Google Play Store, should you wish to do so. The Y7 has a variety of security features too, including the classic lock screen password, a fingerprint sensor, and 2D face unlock.
All worked reliably during our tests, although the latter is not as secure as the others and cannot be used for high-level authentication like in banking apps. The fingerprint sensor also recognises up to five fingerprints and has gesture support. These are configurable within settings and include options for accepting calls, stopping an alarm or acting as a camera shutter button. You can swipe down on the sensor to bring down the notification shade too.
We should also point out at this stage that occasionally the USB cable would look like it was connected to our review unit, but the two would not make a connection. On closer inspection we had not seated the cable properly so we would recommend taking care when plugging the Y7 in and to double check that the device is charging.
The Y7 has a 6. The display has a PPI pixel density, which is rather poor compared with the p panels of some of our comparison devices. A higher resolution display would have distinguished the Y7 from many of its competitors, but Huawei has done well in other areas. Our review achieved a chart-topping The numbers state otherwise though, with our review unit achieving a middling 1, contrast ratio because of its comparatively high black value, which we measure at 0.
Positively, the device does not use pulse-width modulation PWM to regulate display brightness. We observed no display flickering during our tests, making the Y7 suitable even for those that have sensitive eyes. If PWM was detected, an average of minimum: 5 - maximum: Hz was measured. Huawei also includes several display options for you to adjust the colour temperature of the display.
The Y7 has a manual mode, which is always nice to see, and three preset modes if you do not want to tweak things that Huawei calls Cold, Standard and Warm. Our tests with a spectrophotometer and CalMAN show that the Standard mode reproduces colours more accurately of the three presets but at the expense of a visible blue cast.
Correspondingly, this mode results in the display having a 7, K colour temperature, which is K higher than the ideal value of 6, K. The other two presets are fairly colour accurate, but they have their weaknesses too. The Cold setting, for example, amplifies the blue cast while the Warm mode gives the display a slight green tint. The Y7 is also usable outdoors thanks to its high maximum brightness, although we would recommend avoiding direct sunlight where possible. The display will remain readable, but it will look washed-out, while its glossy finish is highly reflective.
Our review unit has stable viewing angles too thanks to its IPS panel. We noticed some minor brightness and colour shifts at acute viewing angles, but this does not fundamentally reduce readability. The OS typically operated smoothly during our tests, although we noticed some lags and stutters during heavy multitasking. However, we were not left waiting for apps to load, so you should have no problems with the Y7 in daily use. The Y7 also finished in the midfield of our browser benchmark comparison tables and consistently scored less than the Mi 8 Lite and the Moto G7 Play.
Subjectively, our review unit handles web browsing with ease. The preinstalled Chrome browser operated smoothly throughout our tests and loaded web content quickly. Our review unit has comparatively fast random 4 KB and sequential read speeds, but its write speeds are not noteworthy. Our review unit also performed better than average in AndroBench microSD tests. The Y7 achieved class-leading transfer speeds with our Toshiba Exceria Pro M reference card, albeit marginally so.
Our review unit could not play all games smoothly though as our GameBench frame-rate graphs below demonstrate. Our review unit averaged 56 FPS here, but the gaming experience was not a smooth one.
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