Huawei Y9a Spotted in Leaked Banner, 64 MegaPixel main Camera

Huawei Y9a. A media report states that the Hawaii Y9A was seen on a banner in Iraq. The phone features a design profile similar to the Hawaii Enjoy 20 Plus that was allegedly leaked last week. In addition to the design, the banner also describes the key specifications of the smartphone. As for the banner, the Huawei Y9A smartphone is said to feature a 64-megapixel quad rear camera system, a pop-up selfie camera, 8GB of RAM, and 40W fast charging.

GSMarena’s statement quoted a reader from Iraqi Kurdistan as saying that the banner had been placed in a Hawaiian reader’s shop. The banner shows the smartphone without notes and very thin bezels on all four sides. On the back, you can see the Huawei 9a playing round camera module with four cameras, and the LED flash is placed on the outside, on the left side of the module.

Interestingly, the Huawei Y9a has a design profile similar to the Huawei Enjoy 20 Plus, the renders of which are said to have leaked last week. This particular phone is said to come with a three-camera system instead of four cameras. However, it is designed with a pop-up front camera for front-to-edge viewing and selfies.

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Huawei Y9a Specifications (Expected)

The Huawei Y9A features a remarkable display with a pop-up camera for selfies. On the back, a circular camera module is seen on the leaked banner, which is home to four cameras. As mentioned, the flash is placed outside the module. It is said to be equipped with a 64-megapixel primary shooter, an 8-megapixel camera, and two 2-megapixel camera sensors. There is no information about SoC, but the banner shows that the phone has 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Other configuration options are also possible.

The smartphone is said to feature a fingerprint sensor mounted on the side and comes with a 40W supercharged fast charging technology. The banner shows two color options; However, the names of these colors are not yet known. The Huawei Y9a will not come with Google’s mobile services, but will instead be the Chinese company’s AppGallery for apps.

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