Huwaei has launched their Huawei Nova Y60, on August 2021 with an aim to target young users having passions for content creation. This Huawei Nova Y60 is priced at the low end of the mid-range. As a result, it has a 4G chipset that is designed to save money while still competing in terms of performance with other devices in the category. It provides excellent value at an affordable price, as well as a fantastic battery and extra features. Let’s take a closer look at what the Huawei Nova Y60 has to offer.
Huawei Nova Y60, having USB-C cable, with a headphone jack on the bottom of the smartphone placed next to the speaker. The power button has an fingerprint integrated on it. It is placed just below the volume buttons. On the left there is an SIM card / Micro-SD card tray. This phone supports 2 sim cards as it is a dual sim smartphone.
DESIGN & DISPLAY
The Huawei Nova Y60 comes with the large screen size of 6.6 inches having 1,600x720px resolution display. With rounded corners and a matte finish, it provides a fluid appearance. Although the rear has a textured appearance, it is not rough when touched.
It is having 3 cameras at the back with main camera of 13 MP with f/1.8 aperture , wide angel camera of 5 Mp with f/2.2 aperture and 2 MP Depth Camera. In well-lit circumstances, it produces high-quality photos. The 13MP lens performs nicely in terms of colour reproduction and clarity. However, it suffers greatly in low-light circumstances. On the other side, the 5MP ultra-wide lens and 2MP depth camera aren’t really useful.
Huawei Nova Y60 Battery
Another outstanding characteristic of the Huawei Nova Y60 is its battery. There’s a 5000mAh battery under the hood that’ll keep you charged for the entire day – and then some. It manages to keep a 10-12 hour uptime even when put under a lot of stress, such as when running games.
When all is said and done, the Huawei Nova Y60 is an excellent smartphone. Because of the lightweight operating system, there are enough features and decent performance for the price. With the exception of a few setup issues caused by the lack of the Play Store, it works fairly well once these obstacles are overcome.
On the surface, the Huawei Nova Y60 appears to be one of the most beautiful low-cost smartphones available. It has a high-quality feel and appearance, four excellent cameras, and offers a quick and enjoyable overall experience. Unfortunately, the phone’s mid-tier hardware is hampered by questionable software, making it difficult to recommend to those looking for a phone that simply works. However, for the price, this is a fantastic phone for the tech-savvy.