Huawei Y6p Now Available for Pre-order in Ghana

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Huawei has just revealed that the newest member of its Y Series – the Y6p – is available for pre-order in Ghana.

The Y6p sports a 5.45 inches TFT LCD screen, 3020 mAh battery and runs Android 10 + EMUI 10.1.

It comes standard with 64GB of storage and can be expanded to 512GB with a miscroSD, while the operating memory of the phone (RAM) is 3GB.

The device is equipped with has three rear cameras – 13 megapixel, 5 megapixel and 2 megapixel – as well as an 8-megapixel front camera.


It comes in three colours – black, green and purple – and can be ordered at a RRP of GHC799.

Huawei Y5p Now Available in South Africa

The Y5p sports a 5.45-inch Huawei FullView Display for a wider field of view. The 18:9, 5.45-inch LCD display not only gives an exceptional viewing experience but also displays content in vibrant colours.

It comes with a standard 2GB RAM and 32GB storage as well as a triple-slot design that can house two nano SIMs and one Micro SD (sold separately) that supports extendable storage of up to 512GB.

With its 3020mAh battery, the Huawei Y5p at full charge can support 17 hours of continuous video playback, up to 21 hours of 4G calling, or 13 hours of internet surfing on 4G.

In addition to the battery, the device supports AI Power-saving technology that can detect background apps that consume too much power and automatically shut them down.

The Huawei Y5p is equipped with an 8MP rear camera that supports HDR mode. This mode offers specific brightness adjustments for photos by brightening the dark parts of shots and subduing the overexposed parts of shots. In this way, the camera can reproduce fine details while adding an extra dimension and an artful touch to photos.

The 5MP front camera on the device lets users snap great selfies with ease, while the front sensor can automatically detect ambient light conditions and provide optimal photos.

The HUAWEI Y5p can be purchased at an RRP of just R1,899 and is available in Midnight Black and Phantom Blue.

Edited by Jenna Delport
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