Huawei Y3 II hits Bangladeshi market


Huawei recently launched the Y3 II in Bangladeshi market. Huawei’s latest device, Y3 II has already gone out of stock. The entry level device, priced at Tk6,190, was so high in demand that it outstrip Huawei’s available supply within an unexpectedly short time. The device attracted buyers because of its useful features coupled with a compact design.

The 4.5 inch device, boasting an IPS display with high pixel count, is powered by a 1.3Ghz Quad Core processor, and 1GB RAM coupled with 8GB ROM.

The phone has a 5 Megapixel camera on the back, and a 2 Megapixel front camera which makes sure its users do not miss any moment. Huawei Y3 II runs Android™ 5.1, and under the hood there is a huge 2100mAh battery ensuring enough juice to survive hours of web browsing, music, and video play. It has Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity, Wi-Fi Direct, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Micro USB 2.0, G-sensor, L-sensor, and proximity-sensor electronic.

There are a couple of special features too including Rainbow Light and Easy Key. Rainbow light is an eye-catching light which will glow for music, and can be set to different colours for three special contacts and caller group. It also functions as a notification light for low battery, charging, unread SMS, and missed call.

On the left side of the handset, there is an access key which can be set as a shortcut to any application. Unlike its market competitors, Y3 II packs dual LED flash on the back which is 30% brighter than average phones in this price range.

Huawei launched the device on the local market on May 30, and sold out its first stock of 3,000 devices in an hour.

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