Huawei Y8s is the new two-camera selfie intermediate
Huawei recently announced the new Y8s cell phone, which bets on a robust front camera system and arrives to please photo lovers. The product also features intermediate specs, including a Kirin 710 processor, made by the Chinese manufacturer.
The phone’s 6.5-inch LCD screen comes with Full HD+ resolution and has a central notch to accommodate the front cameras. The model comes with 8 MP sensors with f/2.0 and 2 MP for depth of field.
On the back, Huawei’s cell phone has a 48 MP main sensor, which also comes with a 2 MP solution for making images with background blur. The cameras are supported vertically in the left corner of the device, accompanied by a Flash LED and above the fingerprint reader.
While the product has an interesting camera system and an eight-core processor from Huawei that competes in the mid-range segment, the Y8s has certain features that are already outdated in the market. The 4,000 mAh battery leaves aside fast recharging and brings charging only 5V/2A.
In addition, the product has a MicroUSB connection and does not adopt the new USB Type-C standard, which is already widespread in the market of smartphones. The company also chose to launch the Y8s with Android 9.0 Pie from the factory, making the product reach the market with the outdated OS.
The Huawei Y8s will ship with 4GB of RAM and variants bringing 64GB and 128GB of internal storage. So far, the manufacturer has not revealed the price and release date of the product in Jordan, the only country where the cell phone has been confirmed so far. Considering the model’s specifications, however, there is a chance that the device will end up arriving in Brazil in the future.