Huawei is now one of the most prominent mobile phone companies in the entire world. Since their venture in the mobile phone industry, the Chinese mobile phone company has created a plethora of phones that cater to the consumers’ needs.
Today, we are going to talk about the Huawei Y6. This phone is a good budget-friendly phone from Huawei and we will talk all about the phone in this article.
The Huawei Y6 sports a simple design. The white version of the phone almost looks similar to that of Apple’s iPhones. The thickness of the phone is at 14.3mm which is a little bit on the thick side but it does add a little bit of protection to the phone.
The power and volume controls are situated on the right side of the device and they actually provide a good tactile feedback to them. It’s as if you can discern which button you’ve pressed even without looking at the phone.
As for the display, the Huawei Y6 comes with a 5-inch IPS display with a resolution of 1280×720 and a pixel count of 294ppi. Although it is a little bit underwhelming in terms of the resolution, it is still pretty much okay for most media consumption. Also, the lower resolution screen will help to improve the phone’s battery life.
The camera of the Huawei Y6 is a little bit on the low side. It comes with an 8-megapixel rear camera and only a 2-megapixel front camera. The rear camera does have an LED flash and it also comes with optical image stabilization.
The default camera app is pretty standard stuff as it comes with the usual HDR, Panorama, and other default camera options. The camera app is also a little bit snappy and I do not see any lag when using the camera app at all.
If you are looking to take selfies with this phone, however, the front camera is disappointing. It only has a 2-megapixel sensor which produces grainy and noisy images. You may want to take photos using the rear camera instead (although, this can be problematic for some people).
For the performance, the Huawei Y6 comes with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 210 chipset. This is a quad-core processor with clock speeds of 1.1GHz. It also comes with the Adreno 304 Graphics processing Unit and 1GB of RAM.
Since this is a budget-friendly phone, the specs are to be expected. It does run applications really, however, if you’re the type of person who does a lot of multitasking, this phone may not be suited for you.
Even though the Huawei Y6 is a budget-friendly phone, it does support 4G LTE signals. If you want to get the most out of it, you may want to get a mobile phone signal booster to ensure that the phone gets enough signals.
The Huawei Y6 is a budget-friendly option from Huawei and I think it is pretty good. The camera and the performance is a little bit underwhelming, but this phone can be a daily driver.