Global technology firm, Huawei Technologies, has launched the new Huawei Y9 2019 mobile device in the Kenyan market.
Through the firm’s local mobile division, Huawei has unveiled the innovative high-tech phone packed with the latest power saving technology.
The new Huawei Y9 2019 device features an upgraded Central Processing Unit (CPU), front and rear dual camera, and the notched HUAWEI FullView Display.
Locally, the new HUAWEI Y9 2019 will be retailing in the Kenyan market for Kshs 24,990 at all leading consumer electronics retail stores as well as on the Jumia Online retail platform.
The launch of Y9 2019 that comes with a new notched 6.5inch full view display is part of Huawei’s efforts to push boundaries in the smartphone industry by improving user experience through advanced technology.
“We are delighted to announce the arrival of the Huawei Y9 2019 into this market. We believe that it will be a favorite, mainly amongst Kenyan youth due to its favorable price and superior features,” said the Huawei Head of Eastern Africa Mobile Steven Li during the phone launch.
He added that, “Introducing a delicate design and unique modish new colors, HUAWEI Y9 2019 features a stylish look with a sleek silhouette and refined aesthetics. Its unique glossy appearance is timeless and youthful, and its latest technology trends offer users state of the art gaming, audio-visual and entertainment experiences.”
The phone, which has three key superior smart features; battery life of 4000mAh, memory of 64GB in addition to a front and rare dual camera is available for pre-order from today, to be culminated with a public launch on 27th October 2018, at Two Rivers Mall and Thika Road Mall.
“This chic smartphone tailored for consumers, shows the perfect integration of highend technology and style, as it incorporates the latest Kirin 710 octa-core chipset will allow for faster processing speed.
At Huawei, we pride ourselves in offering relevant products to our consumer as evidenced in the 2018 report by International Date Cooperation where we surpassed Apple to be the second in global smartphones sales and increased market share,” added Steven.