Huawei Y9a

Huawei Y9a Review, Pros and Cons – A new mid-range smartphone Huawei Y9a was introduced by Huawei and appears to be a scaled-down version of the flagship device Mate 30 with a pop-up camera. The handset comes with the best design in its class featuring a gradient finish as well as a shiny appearance at the rear panel in this price range. Although Huawei plans to sell the Y9a only in selected countries according to its strategy, then, unfortunately, it may not be available to everyone. Let’s look at a detailed review of this mid-range smartphone Huawei Y9a.

Huawei Y9a Review

Highlights

  1. The Ultra Fullview screen with a fairly decent 92% body-proportion screen offers an exceptional viewing experience.
  2. Huawei’s 40W Supercharge (22.5W for others) exists to quickly charge your phone in less time. The 40 W charger is only available for the Middle East and Africa, and some Central Asian countries.
  3. The wonderful design of the Y9a offers an advantage over other similar devices.
  4. Quad camera with 64 MP main camera present in a circular plate paired with an advanced motorized pop-up selfie camera.
  5. Remarkable performance as well as efficiency are expected from the Mediatek Helio G80 gaming processor without any problems.

Design and Display

The smartphone comes in three vibrant and bright colors that would undoubtedly captivate those who are planning to go ahead. First of all, the back panel is something to be considered, keeping in mind the aesthetic appearance and the gradient feel that provide a premium touch to the phone in general.

In addition, the 3D arc design on both sides of the back makes the phone stand out from the crowd, along with better grip support. In addition, the camera module involves a beautiful ring design. Thanks to the pop-up selfie camera, the screen glows with an attractive frameless design.

Moving on to the next department, the Huawei Y9a has a 6.63 inches Full HD+ IPS LCD screen that should fit well in this price range, as we can’t expect something like OLED or AMOLED. No extra screen saver looks disappointing from the company, compared to other phones in the same price range.

Memory and Internal

Speaking of processor, Mediatek Helio G80 maintains the ability to handle any type of application with great ease, as its AI-based algorithm improves overall stability, as well as the performance with a high Antutu score.

In addition, the new Game Turbo 3.0 feature should help improve the game’s performance in terms of good fps and touch response. Despite being banned from Google, Huawei is still in the game to continue with its own EMUI 10.1 based on the current Android 10. With EMUI 10.1, the phone has no Google Play service and instead has its own Huawei AppGallery.

With regard to internal storage, it varies depending on the region where the Huawei Y9a will be marketed. In the Middle East and Africa and in some Central Asian countries, 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage are integrated into the device, while in others the RAM drops to 6 GB. Both optio