Huawei’s shifted gears and has moved into beast mode. The outstanding success of the Mate 10 Lite has yielded immense profits for the world’s third largest smartphone manufacturer. Keeping that in mind, the company’s definitely recognized the potential in smartphones like the Mate 10 Lite as we’re seeing an altogether different brand of smartphones coming to the furor from Huawei; the 2018 Y Prime series ladies and gentlemen.
Huawei Y Series 2018
Recognizing the dynamo effect bloggers tend to create with their tech-reviews, the company organized a bloggers meet-up in the capital city of Islamabad. The highlight of the meeting was showcasing the upcoming 2018 Y series smartphones, namely the Y6 Prime 2018, Y7 Prime 2018 and the Y9 Prime 2018.
All three smartphones take heed from the Mate 10 Lite with the Y9 being the flagbearer while the Y6 showcases itself as a nifty device with features that speak much louder than its price. Starting off with the Y9, the smartphone houses a large 5.97 display and 4 cameras in total i.e. dual primary and selfie sensors. Other juicy features atop the Y9 2018 are a 4000 mAh battery, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, 3GB RAM plus 32GB internal storage and a full metal body.
Next-up is the Y7 2018; featuring similar hardware that includes a ditto 5.99 inch FullView screen and 32GB internal storage plus 3GB RAM plus a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. Some of the differences between the Y7 and Y9 are that the former features a 3000 mAh battery, toned-down octa-core processor and a dual-sensor primary but single selfie sensor.
Last but not the least, the Y6 Prime 2018 features a 5.7 inches FullView display, a 13 MP primary sensor and an 8 MP selfie sensor, octa-core processor plus 2GB RAM and 16GB internal storage all in all within a price of Rs. 17,000. Great smartphones made even more affordable there Huawei!
The blogger community was particularly happy to see the company make such tremendous efforts to promote technology in our country. Blueking Wang, Manager Huawei Consumer Business Group, graced the occasion and seemed particularly upbeat about the “Mystic blue” colour scheme the three smartphones have been introduced to.
These three devices definitely seem to be ushering-in another purple-patch for the Chinese smartphones manufacturer. This definitely signals the start of superb smartphones being made more affordable than ever!