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Huawei Y9a expected to launch in Kenya, packs a 64MP Quad-camera setup and a 6.63 display

Huawei mobile has announced its bringing the Y9a in Kenya, beefing-up it’s already popular lineup of the Y – series in the country. The company is expected to launch the device sometime towards the end of September 2020, and promises to offer some innovative features users will find interesting such as a large 6.63-inch FullView Display, 40W HUAWEI SuperCharge technology, as well as a 64MP Quad-camera setup at the back.

According to the company, the Y9a encompasses current trends in technology to bring some interesting additions on its Y-series lineup. Huawei Y9a depicts a superior design the company says is a photography and entertainment enabler owing to a massive Quad-rear camera setup that includes a 64MP primary shooter. There’s also a large 6.63-inches display panel the company calls FullView and comes with a 40W charger, so you can recharge to full capacity in no time.

Commenting on the device, Huawei’s Mobile country Head Zhujie, acknowledged how the company continues to pay more attention to young consumers. Zhujie, continued to say the company had accumulated knowledge from experience and developed an array of new technologies. The country head further singled out how a 64MP Quad Camera captures key moments anytime, anywhere. He indicated how constant improvements made on the camera capabilities, bore new surprises to users and innovative breakthroughs.

“The HUAWEI Y9a continues this tradition in terms of smartphone photography by including a high-resolution main camera, Super Night Mode and more to make up the all-scenario quad camera.” He concluded.

Huawei Y9a is expected to offer two models with either 6GB or 8GB RAM while keeping the internal storage maxed out at 128GB. Decent amount of RAM, remains a key factor in accommodating various user needs and an ample space would go along way ensuring that users capture every moment as well as store important files and apps on their devices.

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