Huawei Y7P vs Realme 5 Comparison Review

[Music] what's up guys just in here if you get tech and we understand that one of the major things people consider in buying a new smartphone is the price now if you're on a slightly tight budget say 10,000 pesos then the real me five and Wow is newly released y7 P is something we think you should consider keep on watching because in this comparison will break down the facts about these two devices to see which phone is the one for you starting with design at first glance these two may give the perception that they're made out of glass but upon a closer inspection they're both actually constructed with polycarbonate material that's a diamond-like pattern for the real me five and a metallic gradient 2.5 D effect for the huawei y 7p at their backs you'll find their fingerprint scanners LED flashes a triple rear camera setup for Huawei and a quadruple one for real me their rear cameras create a bump so expect some slight wobble when putting them on flat surfaces meanwhile up front both get slim bezels with slightly thicker Chin's they're only 5 sports a three-drop not in the upper middle for its front camera while the y 7p gets a punch hole style on the upper left of the display on their right sides are their power buttons as well as the volume rocker for the Huawei y7 pete the real me fives volume rocker is located on the left together with its dual SIM tray with a dedicated microSD card slot for up to 256 gigabytes also on the Y 7 piece left is its sim tray plus a microSD card slot to expand up to 512 gigs to add their buttons are pretty clicky and tactile up top the real me 5 doesn't have anything on it but you'll find a y7 piece secondary microphone here located at their bottoms are their primary microphones allowed speakers 3.5 millimeter audio jacks and disappointingly some old micro USB ports yep it's 2020 already yeah but anyways for design and build both have their own edge and gimmicks and as usual this is something subjective as we have our own preferences but for me I'm going for the updated style of the Huawei y 7p personally it looks more classy to the real me five falls on the more fun aesthetic ask for display the real me five has a 6.5 inch IPS LCD panel with a resolution of 1600 by 720 it has Corning Gorilla Glass 3 plus for protection and as I've mentioned a dewdrop notch on the other hand the Huawei y 7p sports a six-point 39 inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1560 by 720 unfortunately there's no mention of any protection but there's a pre-installed screen protector for its users while there will be five also has one pre-installed too by the way so the really five does have a taller screen however it feels like you do get more display coverage with that side hole punch placement of the y 7 p display quality for these two is average they're not the best but they still serve good colors and outdoor visibility noticeably the y 7p can get way brighter than the real me 5 but we're giving display to real me 5 as it provides more accurate colors and having that screen protection as a real plus when it comes to audio quality we get the usual sound trait that you can expect from budget smartphones their downward firing speakers aren't good but they aren't that terrible either lows and mids are pretty lacking and the audio comes out this started when the volumes are set to maximum moving on to performance the real me 5 packs a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 paired with an Adreno 610 GPU and the unit we have has 4 gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of internal storage the Huawei y7 p on the other hand is rocking a carrying seven 10s chip with a Mallee G 51 GPU four gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of internal storage the overall performance of both phones come close to each other doing average tasks like navigating social media browsing messaging calling and even taking selfies are handled smoothly by both phones just to take caution in having multiple apps running in the background as it'll make the device feel sluggish sometimes and when it comes to gaming these new phones work fine just don't expect too much when playing heavy titles as a lot of lags occur from time to time especially if you're using high settings for some numbers will flash the benchmark scores now so while both devices perform on an average level you definitely get a lot more out of the huawei y 7p alright let's talk about software out of the box both these devices run on Android 9pi skinned with their respective launchers that's color OS 6 for real me and emui 9.1 for huawei before anything else let's put it out there already that the Huawei y 7p sadly doesn't have Google services pre-installed because well it's Huawei meanwhile the real need 5 is packed with pre-installed apps including the regular Google ones although Huawei has its own app gallery it still doesn't have the apps you probably need like YouTube Instagram and the like now I know it's definitely a deal breaker that Huawei doesn't have Google services and subjectively I prefer a real nice interface than emui but that's just me if you like we always OS you can solve the Google service a struggle by installing them yourselves here's a link to a separate video we made on how to install Google services on your Huawei devices for security you can unlock both phones via face unlock and their fingerprint scanners at the back the fingerprint scanners are up to par as their snappy and easy to reach face unlock works ok - but can still struggle in low-light conditions if we are wondering the real me 5 works a little faster than the other we don't really think it's a big deal so we're giving it a tie for security moving on to battery these phones have some sizable capacities that's a massive 5,000 milliamp hour battery for the real me five and four thousand milliamp are for the Huawei y 70 both have 10 watt charging sport we run both phones through PC Mark's battery tests and the real me Fifield at a total of 16 hours and 15 minutes while the Wally y 70 got a longer 19 hours and 20 one minutes this is a pricing since keep in mind that the really five packs an extra one thousand milliamp our capacity compared to the y7 Pete but in our experience the wall-e y70 really is more power efficient then again the battery will still depend on how long and what you use your phones for checking out cameras now the real me five has a quad cam setup composed of a 12 megapixel main 8 megapixel ultra wide 2 megapixel macro and a 2 megapixel depth sensor for the Huawei y7 P we get a triple camera setup composed of a 48 megapixel main 8 megapixel ultra wide and a 2 megapixel depth camera on your not chest besides a 13 megapixel selfie shooter for real me and an 8 megapixel front camera for huawei let's take a look at some sample shots in these first two shots taken with a standard mode you'll easily know this that really provides more contrast and shadows especially in the houses and buildings below the y7 p on the other hand looks a little pale and cold but it does have a wider coverage which is good when we switch to the respective ultra wide-angle modes the real knee 5 looks wider as you can now see the windows on the right side both now look almost the same if we're talking about quality but we get a slightly more saturated shot from the y 7 p in these photos both did a pretty good job the real me 5 gets more brightness without looking overexposed while the y 7 p gave a softer looking take with deeper blacks here are photos off the team doing random things HDR wise both are terrible in these shots as the windows really look overexposed the Huawei Y 70 did a little better though when it comes to details and range now here our low-light shots of RL the real me 5 looks grainy while the y 7p falls more muddy but then again we get a sharper image from really for night shots these were taken without their night modes turned on like in low light we get muddy and noisy photos but when we turned our night modes on we get sharper outputs from the 2 if you're gonna look at the buildings on the Left you'll notice that we get more colors and details from the real me 5 but the Huawei y7b nonetheless looks brighter as we can now see the car park moving on to selfies I wouldn't really recommend these two they can take ok shots but just as what you can see if both phones can look washed and pale here are portrait shots and they're actually not bad subject background separation are good except for the fact that both struggled in taking a rails I glasses fully nonetheless these looks sharper than the normal selfies we had earlier all right generally for cameras both phones have their own ups and downs but for this comparison we're giving it to the real me 5 for producing sharper images without looking too contrasty and the camera app itself works faster ok it's time to talk about price the highest variant the real me 5 offers is priced at nine thousand nine hundred ninety pesos that includes four gigabytes of RAM and 128 gigabytes of internal storage as for the Huawei y7 P there is only one offering which is 4 gigabytes of RAM and 64 gigabytes of internal storage it comes with the same price of nine thousand nine hundred ninety pesos so for this comparison both phones offer decent performance however we absolutely think that you'll get more out of the real me 5 besides having the advantage of Google Play services you get extra storage good cameras a sizeable and tougher display and a massive battery it's still a great value for money even if it was released late last year we're not saying don't get the Huawei y 7p if the lack of Google services isn't a problem for you and you really want to up for it then go ahead it'll serve a slightly better performance and realize battery usage over the real me 5 so that's it guys what do you think real me 5 or the new Huawei y 7p feel free to let us know in the comments and if you enjoy this video please do drop a like subscribe to our channel for more 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