Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 gets TENAA Certification before heading to China
Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 was already Launched in the Indian and European markets with the model numbers STK-L21, STK-L22, and STK-LX3 and now the device with the model number STK-AL00 / TL00 has been spotted on TENAA which indicates the device could be heading to China. Although the handset might not be called the same and expected to be known as Enjoy 10 instead Huawei Y9 Prime.
According to the listing, the latest handset will be coming with a 6.59-inch display with full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. The handset will be powered with a 12nm HiSilicon Kirin 710F octa-core processor and should be coupled with Mali-G51 GPU. There will be a 4000mAh battery onboard and a recent certification from 3C authority indicates the support for just 10W charging.
The device will be coming with 6GB or 4GB RAM options and might be coming with 128GB and 64GB of storage options. Out of the box, it will be coming with Android 9 Pie operating system with the companies own UI on top. According to the listing, the upcoming handset will be measuring 163.5 mm x 77.3 mm x 8.8 mm and weighs 196.8 grams. The device also supports microSD card to extend the storage further if required.
The Indian variant of the Huawei Y9 Prime came with a main 16 MP camera along 8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor and 2MP depth sensor while the Chinese version will be coming with 48MP main camera lens, an 8MP secondary lens, and a 2MP sensor. The handset will come with many AI feature that includes real-time image optimizing in 8 scenes. There is a fingerprint sensor on the rear along with AI facial unlocking to enhance the security levels.
The device will be available in Black, Blue, and Green color options but the listing of the device does not reveal any image of the same. There isn’t any information on the launch date or the pricing of the handset which we should be known in the coming days. Comment in the section below if you have anything to share or have queries on the same and stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more news and updates.