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Renders of two new Huawei Y6 variants may have surfaced

21 November 2019 0

Huawei has a couple of devices to launch in the coming days and we have learned much about them. These are MediaPad Pro and Sound X smart speaker. However, the company has more products to launch from its smartphones segment which it may not bring on November 25.

The tech site AndroidHeadlines has obtained two renders of smartphones but the details are scanty. According to the site, Huawei has a new phone called Y6s to launch and it is codenamed “Jakarta” internally. Not many details are known but the shared render reveals the design elements of the said device.

As you would see, the Huawei Y6s appears to be a low-end version of the Huawei Y6. It has a single rear camera and the fingerprint scanner is available on the two-tone design of the back panel. There is a waterdrop notch on the display and a thin bezel strip runs on the bottom on which the brand name Huawei is written. It is expected to house a 6.1-inch display that will probably support HD+ resolution.

It is expected the back panel hosts a 13MP camera and the device could come with 3GB RAM and a native storage of 32GB.


Alongside the Y6s, there is a render of one more smartphone which has a codename “Merida.” Design-wise, the device appears to be the Pro model of the Y6s. It has a vertical camera module in which the LED flash sits between the two lenses. The ‘AI Camera’ text can be seen imprinted alongside it. The device does not feature a fingerprint reader on the back and it appears the sensor is integrated with the display of the phone or the device may not feature it.

There is no word on the launch yet but we may soon hear more about these two devices.


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