Monday, January 17, 2022

Huawei plans to launch 3 products in Kenya in Q1 2022

Huawei Mobile Kenya has today announced plans of introducing three new products to the market in the first quarter of 2022. The company says the new products will be coming following an increase in demand for different products in the tech space.

These are the devices Huawei says it will be bringing to the market:

  • Huawei NOVA 9
  • Huawei GT 3 Smart Watch
  • Huawei MatePad T Series Kids Edition.

Huawei NOVA 9

Huawei plans to launch 3 products in Kenya in Q1 2022

The Huawei NOVA 9 comes with a quad camera system consisting a 50MP main lens, an 8MP ultra-wide lens, a 4cm Macro camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. At the front there’s a 32MP selfie camera allowing up to 4K selfie videos. Huawei boasts of the 50MP’s sensors capabilities with low light pictures and we’ll be waiting to see it in action.

Huawei GT 3

Huawei plans to launch 3 products in Kenya in Q1 2022

The smartwatch coming in – Huawei GT 3 – not only comes with new a new technology from Huawei called TruSeenTM 5.0, it also features other advanced technologies to provide more comprehensive health monitoring features and also introduces an intelligent dynamic adjustment plan plus 100+ workout modes. The workout modes include 18 professional workout modes.

Huawei MatePad T Series Kids Edition:

Huawei plans to launch 3 products in Kenya in Q1 2022

Huawei says the MatePad T Series Kids Edition is designed with children’s safety in mind. Coming with the tablets is Kids Corner, a safe virtual playground for children to enjoy the fruits of technology, all the while gating them from age-inappropriate content. But there’s more to it. Packed full of great technology that ensure a great user experience, the new tablets make for a great companion for your children even as they grow past the age of needing 24/7 parental supervision.

Statement from Huawei Country Head:

Jim Zhijue, Huawei Mobile Kenya Country Head said, “The tech space took a rapid change 2 years ago when most people started working from home, there has been an increase in demand for products such as tablets that are easy to carry everywhere you go, not forgetting an increase in fitness activities by majority of Kenyans, that are either hiking, cycling, running or swimming, what a better way of keeping track of the activities they do with a smatchwatch that offers them all they require in the fitness space at the same time work from wherever and whenever with tablets. Last but not least we will also be introducing a smartphone in the nova series a midrange device that not only shares many cutting edge innovations, but also comes with attractive designs and colourways that set it apart from other smartphones.” 

“We are excited to announce that over and above having the above products in the first quarter, we will also be launching more products in the market as time goes by. We would like to take this opportunity to thank our ever growing customer base across the country for staying loyal to our brand and growing with us.” He concluded 



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