Huawei launches affordable Y7 Pro (2019) with waterdrop notch, AI based dual rear cameras and more

first_imgHuawei is ending the year with yet another launch. It’s the Huawei Y7 Pro (2019). The smartphone has been launched in Vietnam for a starting VND3,990,000 ($170) which when roughly translated comes around Rs 11,900. As of now, the Huawei Y7 Pro (2019) has been launched only in Vietnam and there’s no information, whether or not the phone will come to India. Huawei sub-brand is all set to launch its punch hole display Honor View20 in India soon as Amazon exclusive.The company recently launched Huawei P Smart (2019) in the European market. The newly announced Huawei Y7 Pro (2019) boast of the same design as the P Smart (2019). Well, although the design of the two phones is similar the devices differ a lot in terms of specifications.As far as the specifications of the Huawei Y7 Pro (2019) are concerned this affordable phone comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 450 paired with 3GB of RAM and 32 GB storage. Need be, the buyers will be able to expand the storage of the phone with the help of microSD card. On the design front, the Y7 Pro (2019) goes in line with some of the recently launched phones. The phone includes a waterdrop notch on the front which equips the single selfie camera. The earpiece and the ambient and proximity sensors are not visible from the outside.The Y7 Pro (2019) sports a massive screen that measures 6.26-inches. But sadly the phone features a LCD screen that offers HD+ resolution and aspect ratio of 19:9. On the camera front, the Y7 Pro (2019) includes a primary sensor of 13MP paired with f/1.8 aperture and secondary sensor of 2MP for depth shots. The rear camera comes with lots of AI to let users click flawless pictures. On the front, the Huawei phone includes a 16MP sensor for clicking selfies. The Y7 Pro (2019) comes packed with a 4000mAh battery which is capable of delivering long battery life and can handle regular usage very well.advertisementOn the software front, the Y7 Pro (2019) has launched running on Android Oreo-based on EMUI 8.2 UI. The phone also includes several security features like rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, face unlock, and more.ALSO READ | Oppo R17 Pro review: Stunning, good performance and crazy fast chargingALSO READ | Mobile phone explodes during charging, family in Maharashtra injured with severe burnsALSO READ | Qualcomm Days sale: Poco F1, ZenFone 5Z and other Android phones sell with discount on Flipkartlast_img read more

Housing pipelines and Senator Beyak dominate the conversation on Nation to Nation

first_imgTodd Lamirande Nation to NationThe co-founder of Idle No More, Sylvia McAdam, says sub-standard housing has caused untold sadness.She says a solution is badly needed – And she may have one.When US President Donald Trump approved the Keystone XL pipeline, approvals had been reached everywhere except in one place. The state of Nebraska may be the only thing that stands in its way from being built.And last night controversial Senator Lynn Beyak heard from a residential school survivor during the Senate Standing Committee on Aboriginal [email protected]last_img read more