Huawei has added a new Smartphone into its small but popular portfolio called Y3 II. This 4G enabled device has been priced at INR 6,120 and available on all national and online outlets.
Even though we have a 4.5″ display panel, the performance and battery back up would provide us with a good experience. The innards of Y3 II includes a 2100mAh battery, 32 GB expandable memory with 8-gigs internal and a Quad-core processor clicking at 1 GHz. Looking at its specs, the CPU which is mated to 1 GB RAM would give us a seamless user experience. It is ideal for playing mid-powered games.
The camera would have been great but 5-megapixel rear and a 2 MP front will give us an average results. Rest all aside, it is the battery that makes it a worthy handset and could pose a series threat to the current low-range killer like Swipe Elite Sense and Videocon Krypton 30, both are priced at around Rs. 7,000 and was released 1 day before Y3 II in India.
Huawei Y3 II Features
- Android v5.1 (Lollipop)
- Dual 4G GSM SIM (both Micro)
- Weigh 150 grams
- 134.1 (height) × 66.7 (width) × 9.9 (thickness) mm
- Comes in four colors. Black, Blue, Gold, White
- Multi-touch 4.5-inches of TFT display with 480 × 854 pixels
- 64 bit MediaTek MT6735M chipset
- Mali-T720 MP2 as graphic (GPU)
- Bluetooth, GPS, Wi-Fi, Hotspot
- FM Radio, Loudspeaker, 3.5 mm Audio Jack
- Light, Proximity, Accelerometer sensors
Huawei Y3 II pros and Cons
|Large battery backup||Average cameras|
|Different color options|
As mentioned above, it has powerful battery that will provide us with an average usage time of more than 2-3 days with medium usage and that remains its biggest plus point. Apart from that, buy it if you’re OK with a small display panel, something that can easily be used by a single hand. Be aware of the poor quality of camera and not so sharp brightness. It is cheaply priced and surely not an affordable flagship but a low-priced mobile phone which will perform small to medium task without giving you any frustration.