Huawei unveils biometric finger print technology phone in Kenyan Market

Huawei has unveiled the highly-anticipated Huawei P9 in the Kenya market, a device that features biometric fingerprint sensor technology. This unique feature allows users to personalize and safeguard their devices.

The P9 is the first smartphone co-engineered with the global iconic brand, ‘Leica Camera AG’, which comes with a dual-lens camera, taking smartphone photography to the next level. Consumers around the world use their smartphones to take billions of pictures each year, making photography critical to user experience. P9 users can now capture images with unmatched clarity, richness and authenticity, with a masterfully designed and powerful smartphone that looks and feels incredible.

It’s all-metal body, smooth glass front and slightly-rounded sides are solid and creatively-constructed – a big step up over last year’s P8.

The P9 is a masterpiece of state-of the-art industrial design, with the same minimalist design as earlier products in Huawei’s acclaimed flagship P-series of premium smartphones. Each P9 device is a perfect construct of superior-grade 2.5D glass and an aerospace-class aluminum, with diamond-cut edges

With a 5.2-inch 1080p display, the P9 is powered by the new Kirin 955 2.5GHz 64-bit ARM-based processor for leading-class mobile performance. The 3,000mAh high-density battery offers P9 users outstanding mobility and battery life. Like Apple and Samsung, Huawei produces its own processor and graphics chips. The P9 has an octa-core Kirin 955 chip, which compares relatively favourably to the current crop of top-of-the-line processors. It has a less powerful graphics processor, but it isn’t noticeable in general use.

The Huawei P9 is available across the country and will be retailing at Sh 54,999.

 

 

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