Huawei has officially launched the Huawei Y9a, their latest device in the Y series.
This follows the launch of the Huawei Y5p, Huawei Y6s, Huawei Y6p, Huawei Y7p and Huawei Y8p early this year.
Huawei Y9 a packs quite the features. The midrange smartphone from Huawei comes with a 6.63″ FullHD+ Fullview display with a resolution of 2400 by 1080 pixels.
Under the hood is a MediaTek G80 processor coupled with 8GB of RAM and 128Gb of onboard storage.
For optics, you get a 64MP quad rear camera setup that includes the main 64MP wide(f/1.8), 8MP ultra-wide(f/2.4 and 120-degree FOV), 2MP depth sensor(f/2.4) and 2MP macro lens(f/2.4).
For selfies, we get a 16MP pop up front-facing camera and a side-mounted fingerprint sensor just like the Huawei Y9s that was launched late last year.
Powering the Huawei Y9a is a 4300mAh battery that will charge using a 40W Supercharge just like the Huawei nova 7i.
Huawei Y9a runs on Android 10 and EMUI 10.1.
You Can Actually Live on an Android Smartphone Lacking Google’s Apps and Services. Here’s How I Did It:
Hopefully, the Huawei Y9a will be updated to Android 11 and EMUI 11 when they go public.
Huawei to Continue Sending Android Updates to Existing Smartphones
The overall design is similar to the Mate 30 series with a circular camera configuration at the back.
The Huawei Y9s will come in three colours – Midnight Black, Space Silver and Sakura Pink.
keep it Techweez to stay updated when the Huawei Y9a launches in Kenya.