Chinese electronics giant, Huawei, silently unveiled its fresh entry-level cameraphone week ago, named the Huawei Y6s. The cameraphone comes equipped with Google Mobile Services (GMS) and is powered by a MediaTek chipset rather of Sd or Kirin chipset.
Among its many quirks is the MediaTek cpu powering the Huawei Y6s. This is a rarity due to the fact Huawei has not been using MediaTek chipsets in its smartphones. It seems to be as Huawei is looking at ways about the trade restrictions put on it by the US Government. Using a MediaTek processor may perhaps be the most viable solution for a price range phone when trying to avoid Qualcomm chipsets.
Huawei Y6s specifications and attributes
The Huawei Y6s has a 6.09-inch LCD screen with an HD+ resolution and an aspect ratio of 19.5:9. The cameraphone options a MediaTek Helio P35 SoC under the hood and flaunts 3 GB of RAM alongside with 32 GB of original storage, expandable via a microSD card.
In terms of optics, the Huawei Y6s flaunts a single 13-megapixel primary camera with an aperture rating of f/1.8. It receives an 8-megapixel scanner on the front, with an aperture rating of f/2.0. The phone draws power from a 3,020 mAh battery and does not support quick charging.
The Huawei Y6s operates on on Android 9.0 Pie-based EMUI 9. The product also receives a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner for additional security. There is with no word on the official pricing, and what markets will be receiving it. Starry Blue and Orchid Black are the two color editions of the cameraphone.