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Ten minutes to charge: Huawei’s Y series now in Zambia

Headlines Ten minutes to charge: Huawei’s Y series now in Zambia

 

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HUAWEI Consumer Business Group has announced the arrival of its Huawei Y6Pro and Y6 on the Zambian market. Looking at these devices, it is hard to believe that they are entry-level smartphones.

Both the Y6 and Y6 Pro come with features that are synonymous with this innovative and bold brand – world class technology and style.

“The Y6 series is perfect for the Zambian market where cost and functionality are equally important. This device is ideal for those who need their phone to last for a period of time without being charged. It is one of the only phones in this price range that can tolerate days of heavy usage,” says Peter Hu, Managing Director of East and Southern Africa, Huawei Consumer Business Group.

The Y6 Pro boasts a super powerful battery and it is extremely quick to charge, in just 10 minutes of charging from 0% battery delivers 3 hours of call time. Furthermore, the device doubles as a portable charger, powering up devices and other phones on the go and doubles up as a portable charger.

The Huawei Y6Pro is not only a technologically advanced smartphone, it also looks stunning too. At just 8.5mm thin it’s a phone that allows single hand control, incredibly important for people who live their lives on the go. Its mid-frame has a distinct thin metallic coating technique giving the device a superior finish and the addition of anti-false touch design means users won’t accidently activate their phone.

“The Y6 also boasts a functionality that does not exists in its peer range. It has superb photography capabilities to capture the most important moments on-the-go. The Huawei Y6 makes it easy for users to capture beautifully clear and vivid pictures in all lighting conditions and this is because it has an 8MP rear-facing camera with a F2.0 aperture and 5?m sensor pixels, making it the perfect tool for recording life’s moments as they happen,” he adds.

For those whose phone is rarely out of arms reach, both phones come with a touchscreen display, making them the perfect companion for video and entertainment. The Huawei Y6 has a screen-to-body ratio of 72 percent, giving users the comfortable convenience of seamless single-hand operability.

The Y6 Pro has an ergonomic water-wave curve, which uses over five thousand different techniques, over five days of grinding and polishing, to create an uneven pattern, giving a beautiful pattern of light and shade.

“Huawei is one of the few device suppliers that owns laboratories certified by global authorities boasting the world’s top-tier test equipment. We have designed these devices to ensure that they will live up to the expectations of its users, a smartphone that won’t let them down and will last the test of time,” concludes Peter Hu.

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(Mwebantu.com)

3 COMMENTS

  1. Better with a Microsoft Lumia 950 xl or Apple 6s Plus than these imitations. Yes, I know that most of the apple phones are made in China but performance wise for these two flagships is way better than even the glorified and useless Samsung phones

  2. LT if HUAWEI is not paying you a cent for this advertising space then you need to get rid of whoever is in-charge of sales.

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