There's a 5.93-inch IPS LCD on the front, naturally in an 18:9 aspect, because who still makes 16:9 phones. Resolution is 1,080x2,160pixels - the new FullHD.
Inside it, the Kirin 659 is in charge of things, Huawei's own chip now dominating the company's mid-tier lineup (for example, Honor 9 Lite, P smart, and the Mate 10 Lite, of course, have it). In this case it's paired with 3GB of RAM, while storage is 32GB (expandable via microSD).
The camera department appears to be coming straight from the Mate 10 Lite - a 16MP primary shooter on the back, and a 13MP selfie cam, each of them with an extra 2MP camera for depth sensing.
At least a couple of things the Y9 (2018) does better than the Mate - it launches on Android Oreo, while the 10 Lite is still on Nougat, and battery capacity is a more generous 4,000mAh (3,340mAh on the older phone).
Availability and pricing remain to be detailed.
Source (in German)
One model per year, amongst dozens and dozens, it's almost symbolic. Have faith, maybe this year Huawei will launch another phone with snapdragon, I will like that.
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And when something break, is a nightmare to find spare parts for a specific model, when a maker has 30 models in the year 2017 and for example first you have the p8 lite, and a year later the p9 lite and 5 months later the p8 lite again, but version ...