Huawei is a great Chinese tech company that has been rising up in the world of smartphones, always showing off quality for a small price. While it isn’t one of the top choices of customers, the company delivers quite stunning specifications with their devices, but doesn’t condone the high prices popular companies have. Lately, the tech giant has been releasing some smartphones, Maimang 5 being released a month ago, while the Huawei G9 Plus was just released. The two have similar appearances, but not the same specs.
Today we’re covering the newest smartphone released, the Huawei G9 Plus. The device has a 5.5 inches display that has full HD technology. This is quite a large phone, rubbing elbows with Samsung Galax Note 7 and iPhone 6 Plus. The weight of the phone is of 160 grams, while the thickness stands at 7.3mm.
As for processor, we’re met with a Snapdragon 650 chipset, which is quite a decent processor considering the power needed to run the Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS installed.
If you’re interested in RAM and internal storage, Huawei is all about pleasing customers: you can either opt for a 3GB RAM and 32GB of internal memory version of the flagship, or a 4GB and 64GB one, based on your preferences.
In the rear, we can see the primary camera which is a 16MP one, able to record video at a 4K resolution. Another thing we see here is a fingerprint sensor, that seems to be a must in 2016 smartphones. As for the secondary camera located in the front, this one is an 8MP shooter.
The battery is not too shabby for the power the G9 Plus draws, clocking in at 3340 mAh.
As you can see, the specs are very similar to a high-end phone, but here’s comes the great part: Huawei G9 Plus is way cheaper. The price for the 4GB version of the phone is not yet known, but the 3GB one is estimated to have a price tag of 360 dollars. If you’re considering to buy Huawei’s smartphone, the sales for the phone begin on August 25th.