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The display is 6.09-inch which is a little smaller than 6.22″ displays of Galaxy M10 and Vivo Y91C. So, Huawei Y6 Pro would probably fit in smaller hands better. The HD+ screen quality is of latest standard and it is also TÜV Rheinland certified (certification from a renowned safety and qualification standard company). It ensures that the screen is protected from harmful blue light which is eye-friendly. We give Huawei a complement for this initiative. Overall, it gets a pretty strong position considering design and display.
Performance is a key factor and Huawei has taken a clever move by adding 3 GB RAM. Although the chipset is still a MediaTek Helio P22 and CPU is Quad-core. So, too intensive multitasking or medium graphics settings may show some lags. We don’t know for now who is the winner regarding performance. But we can say that the 3 GB RAM will provide a clear advantage for everyday usage over the 2 GB RAM of Galaxy M10 or Vivo Y91C.
Huawei Y6 Pro (2019) is coming with a 13 MP back camera and 8 MP front camera. Samsung Galaxy M10 should be the winner regarding back camera quality. But Huawei is ahead regarding front camera especially in low-light conditions with an intelligent screen flash.
The device comes with a face unlock, OTG, Ambient Light sensor, dual Nano SIM option etc. However, there is no fingerprint sensor. If you want a more premium waterdrop notch display with a bit of higher pricing, we suggest you to check out Samsung Galaxy M20 or Xiaomi Redmi Note 7.