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Huawei Y9a goes on preorder in Kenya for Ksh. 30,999, customers to get a free power bank

Recently announced Huawei Y9a has now gone on preorder in the country, with a price tag of Ksh. 30,999. The company also announced a free power bank gift worth Ksh. 3,499 for customers taking advantage of the preorder period which is slated to run until October 1st, – the expected official launch in the country.

How to preorder the Huawei Y9a

Huawei Y9a preorders can be made from various retail outlets across the country including online shopping platform – Jumia. Notably, customers will need top place an order by paying a deposit of Ksh. 2,000 before the 30th of September to qualify for a free power bank gift.

In our previous post, Huawei announced it’s intention to bring the Y9a in Kenya, which packs some top tie features such as a massive 64MP rear quad-camera setup and 40W HUAWEI SuperCharge technology that is said to top up the device from 0 to 100 percent in minutes. The phone comes with an impressive 6.63 FullView display panel that does not have any distractions in its way such as the selfie camera or other sensors. Instead, there’s a motorized popup that becomes activated when using the selfie sensor.

While commenting on the preorder, Huawei mobile country head said the company was encouraging consumers to visit their retail stores and interact with their latest devices while waiting for its availability starting October 1st. He further said the company was giving consumers an opportunity to own the device that has a great performance at the same time with good looks. He also reiterated the firm’s commitment to get their products to as many consumers as possible.

The Y9a comes out as one of the best performance focused devices within the mid-tier genre. The company says it has a smooth performance suited for many occasions such as casual as well as intensive use. And as it has become a norm nowadays, the Y9a comes preinstalled with the AppGallery so you can download your favorite apps.

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