Huawei has showcased their new mid-ranger Y9 (2018) in Thailand. The mid-range phone borrows a lot of resemblance with Mate 10 Lite in terms of internals but in a new body.
The front has a 5.83-inch IPS LCD display with a trending 18:9 aspect ratio. The resolution, as expected, is 2160 x 1080 pixel. Keeping things running, the Y9 (2018) has a Kirin 659 chipset paired with 3 gigs of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. By the way, the storage is expandable.
As we mentioned the devices’ resemblance to Mate 10 Lite, the camera is where things begin to show. It shares a similar 16MP + 2MP rear camera setup, while selfies are taken care by an equally impressive pair of 13MP + 2MP sensors. Both secondary cameras of the phone are used for depth sensing. The quad-camera setup from Huawei is no surprise here since the Nova 2i already has it.
Similarly, there’s also a commendable 4,000mAh battery, whilst Android Oreo will be running out of the box. Huawei is yet to reveal anything about its price and availability.