Huawei, the Chinese smartphone manufacturer has officially launched a new mid-range smartphone, which is called as Huawei Y9s. Reportedly, the smartphone is essentially a rebranded version of Honor 9X Pro that is powered by Kirin 710F SoC. However, Honor 9X Pro comes with Kirin 810 chipset. The smartphone has been listed on Huawei's global site revealing all the details and specifications. Pegged as the successor to Huawei Y9, the smartphone sports a triple rear camera, pop-up selfie camera and side mounted fingerprint scanner. Huawei Mate Xs Foldable Phone With Kirin 990 5G Launching By March 2020.
On the specification front, the new smartphone from Huawei sports a 6.59-inch notchless display with screen-to-body ratio of 91 percent and screen resolution of 1080p. Moreover, the display screen also comes with a pixel density of 391 ppi. Under the skin, the Huawei Y9s is powered by a Kirin 710F chipset that is mated with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The onboard storage on Y9s can be expanded up to 512GB via microSD card.
In terms of photography, the company has incorporated triple camera setup at the back comprising of a 48MP primary sensor along with an 8MP ultra-wide lens and a 2MP depth sensor. At the front, there is a 16MP pop-up camera module for selfies and video calling. The Huawei Y9s also gets a fingerprint reader, which is positioned at the right side below the volume rocker. The scanner is embedded within the power button.
The smartphone will be available in two shades - Midnight Black and Breathing Crystal. The phone is backed by a 4,000 mAh battery. As far as the prices are concerned, the Huawei Y9s costs $239 in Iraq and the customers pre-ordering gifts worth $99. The sale date and availability of the phone is not yet revealed.