Huawei also announces the affordable Y7 Prime 2018 with 18:9 screen, dual rear cameras

27 March 2018
This model has a youthful vibe and should appeal to those who can't afford any member of the P20 family.

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  • Fahim

Tom, 28 Mar 2018This is making the Nokia 6 look good.Nokia 6 price matches with Huawei P10 lite and 50 euros more if I compare to price tag of new Y7 prime 2018.
I have Nokia 3 and its display is pathetic if I compare with Y7 prime 2018

  • Tom

This is making the Nokia 6 look good.

This is actually called the "Nova 2 Lite" in Philippines. I'm sticking to my Y7 prime 2017. Its battery is enduringly awesome.

  • OSasmatteroffact

Huawei has gone mad, too many models with same specs, overused Kirin 659 and Snapdragon 430. Why don't they just released Honor 7c for low end tier to the world? That's a wonder

  • Jj

It's basically the same from the Huawei Nova 2 Lite. When you open the Nova 2 Lite settings, it will say Y7 Prime 2018 -- https://jamonline.ph/huawei-launches-the-nova-2-lite-in-the-philippines/

  • AnonD-649786

a funny move from huawei
a big downgrade
its hard to believe it
look at to y7 prime thats for last year
https://m.gsmarena.com/huawei_y7_prime-8632.php
SD435 >>>>>>> SD430
4000Mah >>>>> 3000Mah
32GB,3GB RAM >>>> still the same
5.5 inch, 4000Mah>>>>>6inch, 3000Mah, the battery drain fast

lenovo s5,redmi 5. redmi 5 plus
better choice

  • Muthu

AnonD-743635, 27 Mar 2018the sd430 is cheaper and worse, this says nothing about the... moreYup. SD 430 is worse than Kirin 659. SD 450 would have been a better choice.

  • AnonD-743635

Tondern, 27 Mar 2018Hopefully that means they finally retired the crappy Kirin 659.the sd430 is cheaper and worse, this says nothing about their use of the 659

Amazing, they didn't use Kirin 659 for it. But SD430 is worse though.

PTP, 27 Mar 2018Surprised to see a Snapdragon SoC over KirinHopefully that means they finally retired the crappy Kirin 659.

  • PTP

Surprised to see a Snapdragon SoC over Kirin

  • AnonD-1385

Excellent specs for a Y series. Those who are familiar with Huawei will know that Y series of the past were absolute budget phones with very low-end specs that didn't appeal to power users. These days even power users can use a Y series. Huawei made it clear that all their phones would be on the high end side. I saw the statement sometime last year on tv.