Huawei continues to launch its latest products. One of them is the Huawei Nova Y60 which is present as an option for the lower middle segment. In terms of specifications, the Huawei Nova Y60 appears very simple. Even if you look at the specifications on paper, there are some points that are quite lagging behind. Like an old product that should have been released a long time ago but only released now.
Specifications Huawei Nova Y60
Present for the first time in South Africa, this smartphone was inaugurated together with the Nova series 8. Although the specifications are simple, at least Huawei makes the outside of this smartphone more pleasing to the eye. The design of this smartphone already looks quite modern thanks to the design of the camera module that is made of a box and seems to have four sensors in it. The fingerprint sensor is on the right side, along with the power button.
It has a thickness of9.2mm and weighs 185 grams. This smartphone appears with 3D curves at every corner and still uses plastic material. Available in two color variants, namely Crush Green and Midnight Black.
It has a 6.6-inch Full View Display. The U-shaped notch holds an 8MP selfie camera. The selfie camera is equipped with a beautify feature. The resolution is HD +, without extra features such as a high refresh rate or a certain series of Corning Gorilla Glass layers. On the back, there are 3 camera sensors with a fairly effective setup. It consists of a 13MP main camera, a 5MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. Indeed, the resolution is not the greatest, but at least there is one that can capture wide angles of up to 120 degrees.
This smartphone uses the MediaTek MT6765 chipset, aka Helio P35 Octa-core. Embedded 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory to facilitate processor performance. But don’t worry, you can still increase the capacity up to 512GB via the microSD card slot.
Having a Battery Capacity of 5,000 mAh
The Huawei Nova Y60 excels in its battery capacity which reaches 5,000 mAh. Claimed to be able to play music for up to 15 hours. Even though it’s just been released, this smartphone still doesn’t run HarmonyOS. However, it uses EMUI 11.0.1 based on Android 10. Even so, there are some interesting extra features, such as taking screenshots by just double-tapping.
For a smartphone that has simple specifications, Huawei sells this smartphone for ZAR3,099 or $211.43. How? Are you interested in having this one smartphone?