Huawei has announced the Y9 (2018) midranger in Thailand – a phone that shares a lot of bits with the Mate 10 Lite and puts them in a redesigned package.
There’s a 5.93-inch IPS LCD on the front, naturally in an 18:9 aspect, because who still makes 16:9 phones. Resolution is 1,080×2,160pixels – the new FullHD.
Inside it, the Kirin 659 is in charge of things, Huawei’s own chip now dominating the company’s mid-tier lineup (for example, Honor 9 Lite, P smart, and the Mate 10 Lite, of course, have it). In this case it’s paired with 3GB of RAM, while storage is 32GB (expandable via…
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