Huawei introduced its latest offering — Y6 Pro in the Nepali market on April 10. The entrant smartphone from Huawei claims to be one of its kinds that last two days of heavy use. The smartphone comes at a price tag of Rs 22,499. Its long lasting battery and breakthrough feature like reverse charging along with flash charging makes it standout among its competitors in the market.
“Designed for the young, this simple yet captivating device is a perfect value for money kind of product,” said Summit Pradhananga, Marketing Manager of Huawei Technologies Nepal. According to him, the ‘Y’ in Y6 Pro signifies youth. “The phone’s easy-accessibility is targeted towards people with active lives,” he said, adding that its powerful structure and quality seems luxurious but its affordability is its finest asset.
“People are well acquainted with our brand and its products. The price range of the phone complements its quality flawlessly,” he said, adding, “We are expecting Y6 Pro to do well in the domestic market.”
The phone is driven by a Quad-core 64-bit processor, 2 GB RAM and a 16 GB ROM that ensures smooth functioning of the device. It also supports 4G dual SIM, runs on Android 5.1 Lollipop and its 13-megapixel rear camera and 5-megapixel front camera gives your photographs perfect clarity. But probably the most intriguing feature is how the phone doubles as a portable charger, powering up devices and other phones on the go.
Getting down to the nitty gritty of it, this sleek yet powerful device is a fine pick because of its high performance. The phone boasts of NCVM Plating Craftsmanship and water wave curve design with a five-inch HD IPS screen. Not only a treat to the eyes, it comes with a powerful 4000 mAh battery that allows flash charging and reverse charging. As claimed by the company one can keep connected to the world with up to 416 hours standby time.
Huawei products and services have reached over 170 countries worldwide and they don’t need an introduction. All of
its competent departments and 16 of its Research and Development centres set up worldwide have efficiently come up with unique and innovative technology. Spreading out to a third of the population in the world, Huawei has a range of
smartphones, mobile broadband devices, home devices and cloud services.
A version of this article appears in print on April 18, 2016 of The Himalayan Times.