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Huawei brings special mid-year deals with new Y series smartphones

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Huawei is offering special prices on the new Huawei Y series coupled with attractive packages from Dialog and Mobitel. The offer is valid for the Huawei Y9 2019, Y6 Pro 2019, and Y5 Lite. The Huawei New Y series comes with a FullView display and an eye-catching front view, available in a range of unique colours.

Through the offer the Huawei Y5 Lite is available for a price of Rs. 13,999, with an additional Cashback offer of Rs. 3,000 by Dialog. Additionally Huawei customers can purchase the Huawei Y6 Pro 2019 for Rs. 23,999 with free talk time and a data bundle offered by Mobitel, while the Y9 2019 is available for an astonishing price of Rs. 38,999.

The series has been highly praised by global reviewers for its multitasking abilities and high performance. The New Huawei Y series devices have the largest battery power on each range than its competitors. Y5 Lite and Y7 Pro 2019 both come with a 3020 mAh battery, enabling users to utilise them for a longer period of time while the mobile phones deliver its best performance. 

The AI feature of the new Y series is expressly beneficial to users as it comprises of a fast and secure face unlock that facilitates unlocking even in low light conditions. This facial recognition ensures high-level security to guard against photo and video intrusion. Additionally, the Y9 2019 camera also features an AI scene recognition where the camera automatically studies and optimises the object or scene it has been focused on in real time. 

Commenting on the special midyear deals, Huawei Device Sri Lanka Country Head Peter Liu said: “This mid-year deal allows more customers to experience and own the unique New Y series embracing superior technology and unmatched user experience. We welcome all smartphone enthusiasts across Sri Lanka to avail this exciting offer by visiting all Huawei experience centres, Singer and selected Dialog and Mobitel outlets.”

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