Blog 20: September 27, 2020 at 10:30 pm by @otto.tech
💬 This Huawei Watch’s battery last for 10 days, And this smartphone supports charging with 40w.
so hello guys 👋 Let’s get to know more details about these two devices from Huawei.
Let me start with the Huawei Y9a smartphone, The front of this device is made from glass, while the back is made from plastic.
The screen doesn’t have a punch hole to house the front facing camera, as it pops up from the frame.
The device comes with a fingerprint sensor embedded in the side power button. The rear cameras design looks similar to the Mate 30.
The design is very beautiful, It comes with 4 rear cameras with an LED flash.
The thickness of the device is 8.95mm and it weighs 197g. The screen size is 6.63 and the resolution is 2400×1080.
The screen is LCD and it is called FullView Display. It comes with 397 ppi density.
The screen to body ratio is nearly 92%, The reason behind the high screen to body ratio is because of the pop up camera.
I’ll discuss the camera later in this blog, The device comes with 4 rear cameras. The main one is 64MP, The second is the Ultra Wide 8MP camera.
The third is the 2MP Depth sensor, The fourth is the 2MP Macro Lens.
The cameras shoot 1080p@30fps videos, The front facing camera is 16MP with an F/2.2 aperture.
The cameras come with an LED flash and support HDR and AI, It’s worth mentioning that portrait mode supports AI as it detects what’s in the frame.
In other words, you won’t have to manually choose Portrait mode as it shifts to it automatically using AI.
The cameras also support Aperture mode, where you can blur the background manually.
Let me now discuss the photography experiment.
The light is between satisfactory and good, The portrait photos, which are taken using AI, are also good.
The colors are saturated and beautiful for those who prefer saturated colors.
Unfortunately, the colors of photos taken using the Ultra Wide camera and the resolution are very different.
Macro photos are good, especially with the Super Macro mode, Up to our experiment, Night Mode doesn’t produce photos that we expect.
The photos are a bit noisy, The front facing camera produces photos with good details and saturated colors.
The skin is a bit beautified, but we’re used to this feature in Huawei smartphones.
The CPU is the MediaTek Helio G80 with 8 cores, The GPU is the Mali-G52 MC2.
In Geekbench 5, the CPU scored 353 points for the single core and 1253 points for multicores.
Here’s where the CPU performance is ranked among other competitors, PUBG game started with high settings, and the performance was good.
The graphics were okay, and there was no lag, The device supports Game Space feature, which provides options to enhance the gaming performance.
The RAM is 8GB and the onboard storage is 128GB, It either supports 2 SIM cards or one SIM card and another nano memory card.
Nano memory is Huawei’s proprietary memory card, The device supports WiFi Calling, but it depends on your carrier.
The device runs Android 10 with Huawei’s EMUI 10.1 on top of it, The UI supports Slip Screen feature and Dark Mode.
The device doesn’t support Google services, but it does support Huawei Services such as the App Gallery which offers a lot of local and international apps, and local governmental apps among others.
It also supports Petal Search, where you can download social media apps such as WhatsApp and others.
You can also download PUBG game from there.
The device unlocks using the fingerprint sensor that is embedded in the side power button.
The fingerprint sensor is fast and performs very well.
It doesn’t unlock using face recognition as the front facing camera is hidden in the frame.
The device supports bluetooth 5.1, but it doesn’t support NFC.
Apps that use NFC such as Mada Pay won’t work on this device.
The device comes with a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The battery inside devices directed to our region is 4200mAh.
The battery size in places such as Europe is different.
According to Huawei, the battery charges from 0% to 70% in 30 minutes using the Super Charge technology.
The device comes with a 40w wall adapter in the box.
The box contains the device itself, a clear cover, charger, charging cable and a 3.5mm headphones.
The content of the box varies from a region to another.
The device comes with Midnight Black, Space Silver and Sakura Pink colors.
Sakura Pink color is gradient light blue color, The name of the color is funny 🤫😂😂
the screen to body ratio is high, The gaming performance is good.
It also comes with a huge battery with 40w charging support.
there’s a huge difference in colors of photos taken on the different cameras of this device.
The Ultra Wide camera produces unsatisfactory photos, If you are after exceptional photos, then this device might not be fore you.
But the other specs of this device might be suitable for you.
Let me now discuss the Huawei Watch Fit, which for the first time, comes in a rectangular design instead of a circular one.
The watch comes with a side button, and it only weighs 21g without the band.
Speaking of bands, this watch comes with an elastic silicon band.
The screen is 1.64 with 456×280 resolution, The screen is AMOLED with 326 ppi density.
The watch comes with 2.5D glass, which makes the screen curvy on all sides.
The screen runs Huawei Wear OS, and it comes with different watch faces.
The watch supports different languages in notification.
It also supports notification reminders.
The screen comes with a number of pre-installed Health and Fitness apps.
It also comes with a weather app among others.
You can take a photo on your smartphone using the watch.
It also supports Media control such as volume control and playback, The watch is a personal trainer on your arm.
It supports 12 different animated fitness training courses.
This allows you to train anywhere in a good way, It also tracks your steps and burned calories.
The watch supports 96 exercises such as running, swimming, biking, yoga and others.
The watch comes with sensors that tracks your hear rate, stress level and oxygen saturation (SPO2).
It also tracks your sleep and supports women’s health (Period).
According to Huawei, the battery lasts up to 10 days with normal usage.
But I expect that the watch shouldn’t be connected to the smartphone. It also lasts to 7 days with heavy usage, which is great. It also lasts for 12H with continuous GPS usage.
The watch supports fast charing, where when charged for 5 minutes, the battery will last for a full day.
The watch is 5ATM water resistant. It supports bluetooth.
The watch is compatible with the Huawei Y9a device, which I reviewed in this blog, It also works with other Android and iOS devices using the Huawei Health app.
Simply, download the app, choose the watch, and pair it.
The watch comes with 3 colors: Graphite Black, Mint Green and Sakura Pink.
the screen size is good, and it supports a personal trainer and different exercises.
The price is great compared to the features this watch supports.
Is this watch suitable for all users? No.
It is advised to users who want an extension to their smartphones.
I always advise to use the watch with a smartphone from the same manufacture. (Huawei Watch \u0026 Huawei smartphone), The same thing applies to other manufacturers.
If you want to use it for health purposes, then you need to be committed.
If you’re dedicated, then this watch will be great as it measures your steps and burned calories.
The price of this watch along with the screen size are the best things about this watch.
Huawei brings a lot of competition to the entry-level smartwatches from the same category with this watch.
This is the end of this blog guys..💪