Home Gadgets Huawei Y9a now available in Kenya for Ksh. 30,999,...

Huawei Y9a now available in Kenya for Ksh. 30,999, customers to get free Bluetooth headset

Huawei has finally unveiled the Y9a in Kenya with a price tag of Ksh. 30,999. Customers will also get a free Bluetooth headset gift worth Ksh. 2,499. The handset has one of the sleekest designs in the industry with great hardware underneath to assure of a stable and reliable performance even under heavy use. The Y9a comes out as a photography-oriented device with features that are set to appeal to various age groups.

As expected, the device comes with Huawei’s AppGallery pre-installed so users can download their favorite apps and in our recent analysis, we found the AppGallery sufficient enough to cater for almost every service available with Google services.

Speaking on the Y9a, Huawei mobile Kenya country head Jim Zhujie said the company had introduced a “Halo Ring Design” on the new device that was inspired by four-point headlights envisioned on the Mate 30 series. Zhujie further said the rear panel houses a quad-camera setup enclosed in a squarish design that also accommodates an outer ring that was formed by a unique coating engraved inside.  

Additionally, Zhujie acknowledged that consumer’s look for a device with great gaming capabilities such as what they’d be getting on the Y9a. the device has slimmer bezels and an impressive popup selfie camera that will delight users. Since there isn’t a selfie camera cutout, the device is able to achieve a 92 percent screen-to-body ratio. More details on the device from our previous editorial.

LEAVE A COMMENT

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Infinix Note 8 and Note 8i packs some interesting specs to earn your favorable consideration

Trying to outdo everyone else in the budget smartphone segment has almost lost meaning due to the fact that every day, there’s...

Xiaomi’s 80W Mi Wireless charging tech is the fastest with a reported 19 minute to full capacity

There have been several commendable innovations in the smartphone world for at least the past decade, we now have almost zero bezels...

Kenya Airways considers operating commercial drones to diversify revenue source

The Kenya Airways, commonly known by acronym KQ, is apparently considering operating commercial drones as it seeks on more ways to generate...

Telkom customers to livestream SuperSport channel with a free Showmax Pro mobile subscription

Telkom Kenya customers will now be able to live stream sports via the SuperSport channel with a free Showmax Pro mobile subscription...

Safaricom out to support e-waste management efforts from the informal sector

Kenya’s largest mobile service provider – Safaricom has announced plans to support the informal sector in management of the electronic waste. The...

The iPhone 12 Mini set to become the best value iPhone from the announced trio

When Tim Cook took to the stage in a pre-recorded event that was streamed live and announced a series of new iPhones,...

How to pay for the Kenya ferry services using MPESA on your mobile phone

Just recently, the Kenya Ferry Services and Safaricom inked a deal in which customers would be able to pay for services offered...

Kenyan CRBs drop 337 digital lenders from forwarding names of defaulters for backlisting

Kenyan credit reference bureaus have barred 337 unregulated digital lenders from forwarding names of defaulters for blacklisting. This comes a few months...