Chinese telecommunications giant Huawei Technologies has launched a new smartphone, the Y9 Prime 2019, in the Australian market, with a pop-up front camera that permits a notchless screen and is claimed to make the taking of selfies more fun. It retails for $399.
Huawei Australia has appointed Paul Jowett as Huawei Consumer Business Group's director of marketing.
Happytel says it is "Australia's most trusted repairer", serving over "2500 happy customers daily", and is now an authorised Huawei service centre network. The full launch video and two vidoe interviews are below, please read on.
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