- Analysis by KJ David
The 2016 Sensa LTE, though released as a mass-tier prepaid smartphone, offers several specs that we do not usually get out of prepaid Huawei models. Kicking off its pros is a rear-mounted fingerprint reader that lets you take calls, quick-launch apps, or activate the camera shutter, a popular 2016 trend that several of its prepaid Huawei cousins miss out on. Additionally, it operates on a 1.3GHz + 1.2GHz split-octa-core 64-bit processor , despite plenty of other models in the prepaid market settling for basic quad-core chips in comparison. We flagged its 2GB-only RAM as a con, though, knowing that a good number of 2016-released eight-core Androids pack 3GB in that department.
A couple more of its setbacks include a 16GB internal memory and up-to-32GB-only external memory allowance . We expected at least 32GB of internal memory and support for up to 128GB of memory expansion, which are what several of its eight-core competitors pack.
That said, its pros and cons are joined by a rather generous 3000mAh battery , which scores a 1620-minute maximum talk time that is more than twice the average (roughly 700 minutes) around its release. Its 672-hour standby time is highly-reassuring as well.
Adding to its features are a 13-megapixel primary camera and an equally-respectable 5-megapixel selfie camera . It also touts a 5.5-inch IPS display, although Huawei failed to indicate its resolution as of this review. An aluminum alloy housing , which, like fingerprint recognition, is not very common in the prepaid market, hops onto its bandwagon of pros and cons as well.
With 4G LTE connectivity -- as given away by its name -- rounding out its feature set, the Sensa LTE calls out to users who are strolling around the prepaid market for a middle-class smartphone with a few noteworthy perks up its sleeves.
** This phone is also known as: Huawei H710VL
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