Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review

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Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review

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Design & Display

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The Ascend P7 follows many of the design cues of its predecessor. It’s still ludicrously skinny at only 6.5mm thick, it has a metal band running around the edge, and the bottom of the phone curves around from the front to the back — something I’m still ambivalent about. It has had a few tweaks since last year, however. The metal back panel has gone, replaced with a glass one. It gives it quite an elegant feel and, when the light is bright, you can see a dotted effect beneath it — although it’s almost impossible to see under any other lighting conditions. Huawei could have been a little more bold in its design choices to keep it looking interesting. The glass is the latest toughened Gorilla Glass 3, which is designed to be extremely hard-wearing against scratches and breaks — put it in your pocket with your keys though and it’ll still pick up scratches. 1x1.trans - Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review 1x1.trans - Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review The metal back panel has gone, replaced with a glass one. It gives it quite an elegant feel and, when the light is bright, you can see a dotted effect beneath it — although it’s almost impossible to see under any other lighting conditions. Huawei could have been a little more bold in its design choices to keep it looking interesting. The glass is the latest toughened Gorilla Glass 3, which is designed to be extremely hard-wearing against scratches and breaks — put it in your pocket with your keys though and it’ll still pick up scratches. The glass panels help make it feel a little more luxurious than the metal back of its predecessor. My excellent colleague Stephen Shankland, who has spent a while with the phone, found it difficult to tell the front from the back in his pocket, which can be awkward when trying to turn the volume down. He also found a very faint rattling appeared after a while when he shook the phone — something I heard too when I had it. It’s very quiet and may not be important, but it does hint that build quality may not be as high as it could be. Although its sizeable 5-inch display is a smidge bigger than the P6’s 4.7 inches, its narrow bezel means the actual body of the phone hasn’t ballooned out too much. It measures a little under 69mm wide, making it reasonably comfortable to use in one hand, and its 124g weight isn’t likely to drag your jeans down around your ankles. Tucked into the metal edges are the micro-SIM card and microSD card slot, both accessible using a SIM-tray removal tool. You can expand the 16GB of internal storage with microSD cards up to 64GB in size. The 3.5mm headphone jack, which used to be awkwardly placed on the side of the phone, has now been moved to the top — much more sensible.

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Display

The 5-inch display has a full HD (1,920×1,080-pixel) resolution, and seems every bit as crisp, bright and bold as you’d expect a flagship phone to be. Icons are sharp and small text is perfectly readable — helped by the display’s decent viewing angles, which means you don’t have to be looking exactly square on to get a good view 1x1.trans - Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review It’s a bold display too, with rich colours and satisfyingly deep black levels. It helps make TV shows in Netflix look punchy and gives colourful games like Angry Birds and Cut the Rope an extra “pop”. The screen is fairly bright too, although I did find that it’s not bright enough to completely counter bright sunlight — if you live under the perpetual California sun, you may want to give the phone a try first

Photography

1x1.trans - Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review The Huawei Ascend P7 has two cameras and both are winners. The main rear camera’s a 13MP option provided by Sony, which itself produces some of the better cameraphones on the market, such as the Xperia Z2. As well as that the Ascend P7 also has a staggering 8MP front-facing camera, perfectly positioning the phone as the top option for those for whom the “selfie” is a serious hobby. The main camera app is clearly also influenced by Sony, with the Ascend P7 using a similar overlay system for its menus as found in the Xperia Z2. It’s a simpler app, though, with fewer comedy options and modes to wade through. The main options are a selection of shooting modes, with Huawei’s “Smart” shooting feature the default. There’s a huge range of interesting filters to apply to shots live, a HDR option for enhancing dull scenes, smile detection and object tracking. 1x1.trans - Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review Huawei’s added some ideas of its own, too. You can capture an Audio Note after taking an image, perhaps recording the name and phone number of the person you’ve just rudely accosted. The app also has a really useful audio control shutter option, so you can balance your phone, get into shot then clap, cough or tap on something to take your shot. Plus a Best Photo option, like the one found on Sony and HTC’s recent phones, offers to capture a burst of 10 shots, then lets you save the best and bin the rest. What’s nice to see here is a lack of processing of the results. Images taken at the full 13MP resolution come off the Ascend P7 at between 4MB and a massive 7MB in size, and are refreshingly free from JPEG-style artefacts. The images are bright and clean to begin with, and the fact they’re not overly processed means they look great a full resolution. 1x1.trans - Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review If you want to take advantage of the 13MP sensor the images have to be taken at 4:3 aspect ratio, with the 16:9 option taking the maximum resolution down to 10MP and reducing the image size from the maximum 4160 x 3120 to a top and tailed 4160 x 2336. The seemingly innocent dog photo on the next page is an enormous 7.2MB in its original form. Good job the P7 has an SD card slot on it, as the 16GB of supplied memory will be full within days if you’re a prolific pet-snapper. 1x1.trans - Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review

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Front Camera

Overall, the Ascend P7 to be a great camera. The double-tap volume down quick-snap option means you can take a photo in literally one second from standby (albeit without focusing and at a lower resolution). Plus all results are saved at a high quality and are therefore free from many of the problems you can see with sensors from other companies. Even the front-facing camera, with its superb 8megapixel clarity, could convince me it’s a good idea to start sticking pictures of my face all over the internet

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Gaming&Performance

Performance

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Antutu Benchmark Test

Huawei Ascend P7  Have Powered by Hisilicon Kirin 910T Quad-core 1.8GHz processor  and 2gb ram 16gb storage

Gaming

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Huawei Ascend P7  have Mail-450 4 core gpu you can play all hd 3d new 2014 games with 0 lags with best graphics

Game play 

Software version

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Huawei Ascend P7 run on Android 4.4(Kitkat) Huawei Emotion Ui 2.3

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In Huawei Ascend P7 To Many Extra Features Phone manger,Permission Manager  start-up Manager ,Battery Saver ,Antivirus,Harassment Filter,Themes,Software Update,Motion Control

Network Function 

1x1.trans - Huawei Ascend P7 Full Review Huawei Ascend P7 Support worldwide 4g 3g and 2g Huawei Ascend P7 Available in 2 version Huawei ascend p7 L00&Huawei ascend p7 L07

Huawei ascend p7 L00

4G :FDD-LTE:B1(2100MHz);B3(1800MHz)

TDD-LTE:B41(2555~2575MHz)

3G:UMTS(WCDMA):B1(2100MHz)/B2(1900MHz)/B5(850MHz)/B8(900MHz);

2G:GSM:850/900/1800/1900MHz;

Huawei ascend p7 L07

4G :FDD-LTE:B3(1800MHz)B7(2600MHz) , TDD-LTE:B38(2570-2620MHz)/B39(1880-1920MHz)/B40(2300-2400MHz) 3G:WCDMA B1(2100MHz)/B2(1900MHz)/B5(850MHz) 2G:GSM:850/900/1800/1900MHz;

Battery Function

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The Huawei Ascend P7 comes with a 2500mAh battery. That’s not quite as large as the unit that comes with the Galaxy S5 (2800mAh) and slightly larger than the 2300mAh battery inside the Nexus 5

Huawei Ascend P7 Gallery 

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Full Specification 

  • Display Size -5inch  
  • Processor- Hisilicon Kirin 910T Quad-core 1.8GHz
  • Chipset Brand- Huawei
  • GPU-Mail-450
  • Camera-13-megapixel, Front 8 megapixel Back With autofocus, LED flash
  • Resolution-1920 x 1080 resolution 16M colors
  • RAM-2GB
  • OS-Android 4.4 kitkat Emotion ui 2.3
  • Battery-Li-Ion 2500mAh Li-Po Not Detachable
  • Data Network-3G,4g,EDGE Upto 100 mbps  
  • Sim Slot- 2  
  • Memory- Internal 16gb External upto 64 gb
  • Sensors -Accelerometer, proximity, compass  
  • GPS-Supported
  • Connectivity- Wifi  Hotspot Enable Bluetooth v4.0,NFC 
  • Size-139.8mm*68.8mm*6.5 mm
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