With the Y5p, Huawei has announced a new budget smartphone. However, the device can hardly set itself apart from the competition in the price segment and also has to get along without the Google services.
While the US continues to put pressure on the Chinese company Huawei, it is unwavering releasing one smartphone after the other in this country. The manufacturer presented a new model, the Y5p, which will be available.
Huawei uses the MediaTek MT6762R as the processor. That is supported 2 GB of RAM and 32 GB of internal storage. The latter can expanded up to 512 GB using a micro-SD card. The 5.45-inch display has a resolution of 1,440 x 720 pixels and has relatively thick bezels. The selfie camera has a resolution of 5 MP, while the main sensor on the back has to make do with 8 MP. The built-in battery has a capacity of 3020 mAh and is charged via micro USB. The current Android 10 is preinstalled as the operating system. A fingerprint scanner is not on board.
In summary, it must unfortunately said that the competition in this price range often has much more to offer. The relatively small battery and the old-fashioned design are barely up-to-date, even for 109 euros. In addition, because of the recently extended Huawei ban by the US government, you currently have no access to Google services such as the Play Store. All of these factors contribute to the fact that the Huawei Y5p cannot currently be recommended.