In the coming months, Huawei Kenya plans to launch three new devices. The Huawei Nova 9, Huawei GT3 smartwatch, and Huawei Matepad T series Kids edition are among the products set to be released. This comes as a result of increased demand for various products in the tech sector.
According to the company, there is a need for devices that people can easily carry with them wherever they go. They should also be useful for keeping track of daily routines and activities.
NOVA 9 HUAWEI
This Nova series mid-range device has a 6.57′′ OLED display with 120Hz refresh capability. It, like its Nova 8 predecessor, has an in-display fingerprint sensor.
The Nova 9 has a 4300 mAh battery that supports fast charging at 66W. It supports reverse charging, as every phone should. This is extremely useful.
HUAWEI MATEPAD T SERIES KIDS EDITION.
The safety of children in ever-expanding online spaces is a major topic of discussion among tech titans. Huawei is creating a new Huawei MatePad T offspring with this user base in mind.
When the tablet is released, it will include a feature called Kids Corner. This is a safe virtual playground for kids to experience technology away from their parents’ direct control.
WATCH GT3 HUAWEI
The Huawei GT Watch GT3 has a simple body with a high-gloss finish and a slim design. The watch has a typical battery life of four days and over a hundred workout modes. This does sound like the ideal companion for going for a run outside.
The smartwatch employs Huawei’s TruSeenTM 5.0 technology, in conjunction with other technologies, to provide all-day accurate health monitoring.
“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 to mention 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 participate in,” said Jim Zhujie, Huawei Mobile Kenya Country Head, while making the announcement.