Unboxing the Huawei G Power

by | Mar 4, 2016

China-based OEM, Huawei recently launched the Huawei G Power into the Nigerian market and as the name connotes, it is intended to be strong in the power department.

We recently received a review unit and in usual fashion, we thought we’d take it for a quick spin before our extensive review so, here it goes.

Spec Highlights

  • Android 5.15-inch 720p IPS display
  • 64-bit 1.3 GHz quad-core processor
  • 2GB RAM
  • 16GB internal memorywith expandable memory
  • Dual SIM capability
  • 13MP auto-focus rear camera with LED flash
  • 5MP front-facing camera
  • 4000mAh battery with Fast charging, Reverse Charging
  • OTG support

Phew! The Huawei G Power does pack quite a punch.

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What’s in the box?

The Huawei G Power comes in eye-catching red boxing sealed on both edges

It’s a minor annoyance having to peel off the sealing on both edges but it’s probably worth it because …

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Hello you …

Coming from a bigger 6-inch device, the Huawei G Power initially appears small to me till I’m reminded it is actually a standard 5-inch device.

Now if we could just take off that nylon wrap…

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Viola!

There you have the 5MP front camera and speakers. The phone is packaged with a plastic protector which makes it feel bulky on initial handling. I’m not sure why they couldn’t package the protector separately.

You’ll find other usual suspects in the box

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An earpiece set, a charger head and USB cable, manuals and a screen protector

The power and volume buttons are to the right of the device

The charging port and external speakers are at the bottom

The earphone jack is all alone at the top edge

At the back, you’ll find the 13MP camera and flash

I’m already starting to find that plastic protector annoying.

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I’m just gonna take it off ..

You want to take extra care opening the back cover (from the left edge, with phone facing down)

Make sure you push it up all the way to the top before pulling off the back cover

Inside, you’ll find the Dual SIM slots, memory card slot and (non-removable) battery

Insert your SIMs and memory card and dazall. All that’s left is to setup the phone

First Impressions

“The Huawei G Power is pretty neat” is most of what I can say for now. I’ve only had it for a few hours. Judging by the specs, I expect it to run pretty smoothly and have solid battery life. It does feel a bit bulky though. That’s a price to pay for the big battery.

The Huawei G Power comes in White, Black and Gold and retails exclusively on Jumia for ₦46,500.

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Is the Huawei G Power worth it? Or is it just another overpriced Android phone? Watch this space for the full review.

Múyìwá Mátùlúkò
Múyìwá Mátùlúkò

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