Huawei Mobile Kenya has introduced another new phone Huawei Y5 Prime 2018 to their Y series family and Jumia will be the exclusive online retailer.
The phone features the stylish design of Huawei Full View Display. The device will be retailing at Sh9, 999 in all retail stores countrywide.
Speaking of the pre-order, Derek Duh, Country Director Huawei Mobile Kenya said, “We are introducing Y5 Prime 2018 to meet the growing demand of customers looking for a budget-friendly device that provides the same function as any other phone that is a little bit pricey.”
The device is now available on pre-order on Jumia online until Thursday 12th July and in retail stores across the country until 15th July. Customers who preorder will automatically be given a gift hamper.
“The Pre-order phase is to introduce our consumers to the device which is currently available both Jumia and other retail stores across the market,” Duh added.
Huawei Y5 Prime 2018 is designed especially for the young generations who are looking for a chic big screen with a bigger RAM. The phone has a 2GB RAM+16GB ROM.
According to the manufacturer, the Huawei Y5 Prime 2018 exceeds users’ expectation and offers more value. It also creates better user experiences to meet consumers’ interest on big screen, long battery life and excellent photo-taking features.
Last year, the Chinese tech firm trained 60 technicians since the opening of a regional training centre in Nairobi in September.
The centre was started to grow practical skills in information communication technology by hosting a number of courses targeting individuals and corporates looking to refine employee skills by taking them through training that includes hardware installation.
The training also involves training different technologies including 4G, IoT, cloud computing and Software Defined Networks (SDN).
“This training centre will increasingly focus on providing training on new technologies including 4G, IoT, cloud computing and Software Defined Networks (SDN)/Network Functions Virtualisation (NFV),” said Huawei Technologies East Africa Head of Learning Services, Peter Thuo during the launch.