The Nova Y60 is a new entry-level smartphone from Huawei set up in South Africa in Aug of 2021. The edition is founded on MediaTek CPU and has triplex camera lenses on the back. From the front, the edition comes out in a 6.6-inches HD+ screen display with 720 x 1600 pixels and bestrides a notch above the display screen where the selfie camera is held.
This phone possess is an octa-core MediaTek Helio P35 CPU timed at 2.3GHz on with PowerVR GE8320 GPU. The edition has 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal memory, extended up to 512GB thru an SD card.
The Nova Y60 has 3 lenses on the back; a 13-megapixel top snapper with f/1.8 aperture, a 5-megapixel ultrawide cam lens with f/2.2, and a third 2-megapixel mega- lens with f/2.4 aperture. You also get an individual LED flash on the back, although an 8-megapixel selfie cam is retained in the front.
At first sight, the Huawei nova Y60 is instead a better-looking phone. The front boasts an entire black slab for the display with an individual camera cut down at the top. The faces and back of the device are created of advanced quality plastic, with the back shell getting in one of 2 colors: a dull black or a beautiful 'Crush Green' that appears like brushed metallic. Found the last-mentioned color for follow-up, and it sincerely is quite beautiful. Even so, and the same is the case with most innovative smartphones, the device is a lot a fingermark magnet. Interestingly, it makes out with an already set up plastic screen shielder, which is gracious despite being inclined to rather significant scratches. Users will be sure, eventually required to binge on a glass shielder.
Along with a superior look, the cellphone has a decent feel likewise. In this feel, with a stature of 165 mm, breadth of 76 mm, depth of 9.2 mm, and weighting of 186g, the device experiences just right in little and medium hands. The weighting as well gives it a superior feel, whereas the all impressible body appears quite long-lasting and fashionable to the touch. In a lot of circumstances, one would be forgiven for presuming the device to be built of metallic the Pro iPhones). Only on knocking or fretting is the impressible nature of the phone disclosed.
On the rise, the Huawei nova Y60 comes over as among the more noteworthy budget phones on the marketplace. It has a beautiful superior feel and design, lets in 4 decent cameras, and allows a snappy and gratifying feel overall. Unluckily, the mid-tier hardware is kept back by an unbelievably suspicious software package, making the phone hard to urge for people who wish nothing more than a phone that functions. For the tech apprehension, however, this is an excellent phone for the price. Unfortunately, the effort required to allow the phone to glow genuinely seems pretty complex, which is a real pity for this quickly built, operational, and adequately priced device.