Huawei Ascend P7 priced at Php20,990, hands-on – YugaTech | Philippines Tech News & Reviews

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Written by Avatar for Bob Freking Bob FrekingPublished • July 2, 2014
Over at Rockwell Tent, Makati, Huawei has just launched their flagship phone, the Ascend P7 which packs a full HD display, the new quad-core Kirin CPU, a good pair of camera sensors and a very sleek, light and thin design.
Huawei Ascend P7
The first thing I noticed handling the device is how light it is; I can’t fathom how Huawei has managed to pack all these specs and power into this thin body. In addition, the 5-inch display is very vibrant and bright as expected. One thing I’d like to note is how the device strikes me as if it’s an Xperia phone – with the boxy edges and the back design. Again, that’s actually a good thing as Huawei has pulled it off making it light and easy to manage.
Huawei Ascend P7
The UI inside the phone is still a little cartoonish for my taste, but it works really well, even with the absence of the app drawer. Navigating through it was extremely fast and fluid with no slowdowns, and that has left us good impressions on what to expect from the new HiSilicon Kirin 910T CPU.
Huawei Ascend P7 specs:
5-inch in-cell display @ 1920 x 1080 pixels, 445ppi
Corning Gorilla Glass 3
1.8 Ghz quad-core HiSilicon Kirin 910T
Mali450 GPU
16GB internal storage, expandable up to 32GB microSD
13-megapixel rear-facing AF f/2.0 Sony BSI sensor, w/ LED flash
8-megapixel front-facing camera
LTE Cat 4, up to 150Mbit/s DL
Bluetooth 4.0
WiFi 802.11 b/g/gn
NFC support
Emotion UI 2.3
2,500 Li-Po battery
Android 4.4.2 KitKat
Dimensions: 139.8mm x 68.8mm x 6.5mm
Weight: 124g
Watch our video below to get a view on the Ascend P7 and more insights on Huawei’s other devices that they launched:

The Huawei Ascend P7 is now priced at Php20,990.
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Bob Freking
Bob Freking occasionally contributes articles to the website. He is a UST Graduate of Commerce & Business Administration, Major in Marketing Management, and a full-time Sith Lord with three dragons.
Good Phone but the price is bad. . Haha!
I like Huawei but this phone though…
Abuzalzal is Pipoy. Not this Pipoy above.
LTE. DUAL-SIM. best package for me.
Yung pangalan nya at price nya ang parang hindi equated sa user experience. Unlike yung mga premium brands like iphone, lgg3, htc1m8, z2, etc na willing kang magbayad ng mahal dahil may premium feel dahil sa brand. Dapat pantayan ng huawei ang pricing ng mi3.
Huawei Ascend P7 or Sony Xperia T2 Ultra?
the only advantage of this phone compared to Xiaomi Mi3 is for having an LTE connectivity, epic fail for Huawei, the price of this phone considers too high the fact that it is a Chinese brand.
Yes Huawei is a chinese brand brand but it is not a local company. ang ibig kong sabihin ay, hindi naman kasi local company ang huawei para magbigay ng mababang price sa kanilang phone unless kung it is just an entry level phone or budget phone.. Huawei ascend p7 is their flagship phone. kakumpetensya ng huawei SAMSUNG, SONY, LG, HTC. yung htc rin naman chinese company eh
it seems @pipoy comments are deliberate. From those forgivable grammar flaws when he started to bombard this tech site then to this exaggerated and trying-hard statements.
for the sake of yugatech, can we request to block any posts from this person?
if he’s trying to be THE ABUZALZAL, well he’s miles away, wala siyang naco-contribute.
and for HUAWEI ASCEND P7, too late. Mi products are already or coming to the country.
epic fail.
Naniwala naman kayo na hindi marunong mag english si pipoy. Nananadya lang yan, obvious naman na nag trip lang yan sa grammar nya.
stupid prizing from Chinese brand? these will be a flapped.
Push mo yan engrishing mo teh, sige paaa.
d ko gets kung san nang galing yung prizing at meaning ng flapped. nag google pa ako ng meaning, d ko parin ma gets yung point ng “flapped”. sensya taga visayas ako.
Koya please huwag mag kunwaring mang-mang baka maging ganyan kana forever. Let Pipoy have fun KSP yan eh.
Bad move, Huawei. Regardless of your reputation, your brand still sounds like a cheap china gadget. Those uninformed will prefer other china gadgets with a lower price tag.
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