TNM, Huawei brings 4 day-long  battery life smart phones to Malawi

Malawi’s integrated mobile network and ICT service provider, TNM in partnership with Huawei is pleased to announce the launch of ‘superior battery life’ Huawei Y6 Pro smart phones that  give  up to 416 hours of standby time and 39 hours of talk time once properly charged.

Huawei Y6 Pro Gold

Huawei Y6 Pro Gold

TNM’s  Senior Manager (Consumer  Services) Madalitso Jonazi also said Huawei Y6 Pro handset support  company’s newly launched 4G/LTE network solution with transmission speeds of up to 100  megabits per second (Mbps) for downloads and 50MB per second for uploads.

“After launching 4G network we thought of offering the market affordable and durable handsets with long battery life. The Huawei Y6 Pro 4G phones fit this description and we hope with this offering our customers have an opportunity to enjoy their smartphone experience and connectivity to our mobile internet,” said Jonazi.

Huawei Sales Manager Enita Kachoka said the Y6 Pro handset has a battery capacity of 4000 mAh that makes it  last longer, and it has a powerbank feature which enables it to perfrom reverse charging (charging other devices).

“As a phone manufacturer Huawei realised that one of the things that people look for when buying a phone is a long battery life. We have therefore brought these handsets to  cater for the needs of our consumers,” said Kachoka.

Kachoka said the lasting battery is a plus to customers especially in this digital age when mobile phones are used for carrying out various tasks.

“These phones will help customers maximize their productivity in remote areas where there is no electricity, in cases of blackout and even when travelling long distances. They will also liberate them from concerns about mobile battery life,” she said.

The handsets come with 1GB, 50 SMSs and 50 Minutes bundle for 3 consecutive months.

Huawei Y6 Pro 4G phones are available in selected TNM Shops at K150,000.

As part of the data experience, TNM is also offering a 7 inch Huawei Media Pad which has 4100 mAh battery that allows users to browse web pages for up to 8 hours and make voice calls for up to 20 hours non-stop. It is retailing at K 102,500 and is available in TNM shops.

 

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2 thoughts on “TNM, Huawei brings 4 day-long  battery life smart phones to Malawi”

  1. The Analyst says:

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    So the phone gives you 4 days of unadulterated battery life, once properly charged? This is great! But wait a minute . . .
    . . . What is the meaning of “properly charged”?
    . . . Is “properly charged” the same as “fully-charged”?
    I can promise you that these two are not the same. There is more to “proper charging” than just making sure that the phone is fully charged.
    . . . Its high time marketers stopped confusing customers with such ambiguous words as these.
    . . . You need to be clear of what you are talking about; coz “proper charging” doesnt mean anything to any sensible customer.
    . . . These are words carefully chosen and used by crooked marketers to give themselves space in case a customer complains of having been duped [to find out the phone’s battery doesnt last them 4 days].
    . . . “You did not charge it properly”, would be the answer; yet “proper charging” is not explained in the first place.
    John Kapito uli kwaani, ntchito yako iyi takupatsa.
    ………………………………………………………………………………
    Moreso . . .
    . . . Who doesnt know that when any sensible person makes a decision to buy a phone, the phone’s internal memory hence RAM, camera power, are just as important as the price and battery life? Nanga . . .
    . . . What more would it take than madness, for one to pay K150,000 for a 4GB, 512 MB RAM, 5MP Huaweii phone, when Nokia Lumia 650, 16GB, 1GB RAM, 8MP; would cost at most K100,000 [from Game Stores – promotions]?
    . . . Yes, we can google this information and find out; but why not save us the trouble and time by simply stating such details? I wonder why we [people] enjoy making life difficult for each other.
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    1. Marry Me says:

      You are right broo

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