The Huawei Y9s is expected to be the international version of the Honor 9X Pro introduced back in July in China, but with some improvements.
Huawei has launched its all new Y9s globally. In some markets, the company’s newest mid-range smartphone is now official. The Huawei Y9s is expected to be the global version of the Honor 9X Pro launched back in July in China, but with some change. The main difference is that Y9s is powered by a Kirin 710F SoC and Not Kirin 810 that powers the Honor 9x Pro.
The Huawei Y9s looks identical to the Honor 9X Pro when it comes to design. It gets a nonchalant 6.59-inch LCD display with a resolution of FHD+ (2340×1080). The phone gets a selfie camera pop-up and comes in the colors of Midnight Black and Breathing Crystal.
As reported, a 2.2GHz octa-core Kirin 710F SoC coupled with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage is operated by the Huawei Y9s. The mobile accepts a microSD card for memory expansion. It also runs on EMUI 9.1 for anyone curious about supporting Google apps on the Y9s based on Android Pie.
Ultimate Wide Angle 48MP Main Camera
Huawei Y9s sports a triple camera setup that includes a main camera of 48MP f/1.8, an ultra-wide-angle camera of 8MP, and a 2MP sensor. The pop-up camera gets a selfies 16MP sensor. Huawei’s mid-range smartphone has a 4,000mAh battery with 10W charging support.
This all new phone is expected to be priced at around $230 to $240. The company has not yet verified its availability in other countries, so there is no news as to whether the Y9s will launch in Pakistan or not. What we do know is that by the end of the year the Honor 9X will be launched in Pakistan, so we can look forward to that.