- Huawei has launched the GR5 2017 which is a predecessor of the Huawei GR5 (2016)
- It is the first ever device in the local Smartphone market that has a premium and powerful dual camera in the mid-range devices
- It offers features and technologies to rival even the most expensive handsets
- The GR5 2017 will be retailing countrywide for Sh 34,999
Huawei Mobile Kenya has launched the GR5 2017, a predecessor of the Huawei GR5. The new device is designed for technology trendsetters looking for a superb Smartphone on a budget. It offers features and technologies to rival even the most expensive handsets. It provides speedy performance, an exceptional battery coupled with Huawei’s intelligent power-saving technology that ensures 1.5 days of productivity on a single charge.
GR5 2017 is the first ever device in the local Smartphone market that has a premium and powerful dual camera in the mid-range devices. The dual camera Smartphone boasts 3GB RAM, 32GB ROM, Long battery life with a capacity of 3270 mAh, Fingerprint 3.0 and 5”.5 FHD display. The GR5 2017 will be retailing countrywide for Sh 34,999.
“The Huawei GR5 2017 follows the overwhelming customer demand for powerful budget smartphones which offers productivity, entertainment and superb photography experience”, said Mark Hemaobin, Manager Huawei Kenya.
He said despite stiff competition, the company’s device business continues to grow in the local market. He attributed the growth to the firm’s consumer-centric approach that focuses on creating meaningful innovation, as well as ongoing commitment to building a premium brand and reinforcing retail channels and after sale service capabilities.
“This year, for us to maintain sustained growth not just locally but globally, we will be looking to strengthen our supply chain, channels, services and several other areas required to help us streamline our operations, improve the efficiency of our decision-making and implementation, drive our internationalization strategy and proactively develop future capacity,” said Hemaobin.
He noted that the company will continue strengthening its working relationship with key partners in the market by reviewing their needs in terms of market segmentation and provide them products that best suit their customers.
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