Bought my huawei y6pro 2019 feb 2019. So far been using this for 4 years now
Gets heated and automatically switched off
Been using this phone since 2020 and I'd say,its a pretty solid phone for gaming texting calling etc
Mostly recommended if you need a backup phone, and a budget phone for gaming 9/10
I've been using this phone for 5 years already and my only issue here is the cameras, mostly the front cam cause I've not been able to use this since its 4th year. Any suggestions on how to make it work again?
My problem with it is that it have only one provision for sim card
Kerolorenzo, 14 Aug 2022Hello! How to know if such a Huawei model is designed with gapps or not. It is good to add a... moreHi. I've been using this y6 pro 2019, since 2019 of course, and it still has google apps from then to now. My only concern now in this phone is that the Hi Care app (which is for Huawei phones) is already not compatible with its emui 9 and HiCare is needed in order to upgrade your phone/emui, an info which I learned from youtubers about this unit.
How to know if such a Huawei model is designed with gapps or not.
It is good to add a line of information regarding gapps on all huawei models
what is the latest Android can be loaded in Y6 Pro ?
Shamcey suk -sukli, 02 Nov 2021When its partially get wet, it is prone to damage especially in battery. Big No to this phone.It does not have a waterproof feature like most of the phones in the recent years, so what do you expect?
been using this since August of 2019, about 3 years now. And still working properly but you need to clean your storage to avoid lags. Internet is excellent, and the usage and system are simple and easy to use. Also good for small games but not for those games that require good performing phones such as fps games like CODM, PUBGM and not compatible with Apex legends mobile,.
I've been using this phone since january of 2020 and so far so good. I've had no problems with the phone despite its cheap price unlike other affordable phones.
Been using this phone since 2020 as a handy down from my Mom, but now my Y6 pro 2019 's journey will come to an end because of it's screen components splitting into layers. rendering my phone 95% unusable.
I've been using this phone for 2 years now since 2020. I have no issues since the software of the phone was ideal for my lifestyle. For its cheap price, Huawei Y6 Pro 2019 proves to be a decent smartphone that can be used for web browsing and social media.
I've been using this one since 2019 till now 2022. It is very light compared to others that is why the screen is not breaking even though I always accidentally drop it on the ground mostly in the street hehe. I don't use any phone case or screen protector because the screen protector keeps breaking so I keep replacing it until I no longer put one because it actually didn't need one. The speaker was very good even in outdoors as we use it in dance practices at the park tho it's somehow silent there but still outdoor.
When its partially get wet, it is prone to damage especially in battery. Big No to this phone.
Used this phone for 2 months this 2021. Originally bought in 2019, it is still a formidable daily driver. However, considering you'll get older chipset, lower battery capacity, and unsatisfactory EMUI, you may want to think first. EMUI is much worse than ColorOS, OxygenOS and Realme UI but is similar to experience of MIUI and One UI. Like the 2 OS, EMUI has lots of bloatware, I mean lots of unremovable apps! Even before the Google ban these phones (Huawei phonesl) already have preloaded softwares that you won't need. If you think Samsung's bad, at least Samsung won't bother you everytime to update your apps. I got 1.2 GB DLC from updates of its apps alone (Huawei Video, App Gallery, etc.). Chipset is understandable for its price and it can play most games but don't expect smooth sailing. For reference, normal (unchanged, default) settings on ML:BB gives you 30-40 FPS. No lags but it tends to overheat. Battery is poor. 3000 mAh? I know, the price is low so, but still? 3000 mAh won't last for 8 hours. I'm a heavy user of video conferencing apps so having to charge every now and then is a deal breaker. Let alone the slow charging. Camera's decent, I can't say much as I don't use it. The phone's sise is decent and can be used with one hand. No fingerprint scanner but face recognition does it, very well tbh.