The smartphone has become an essential part of everyday life in the 21st century - an ever-faithful companion that never leaves our side day or night, as much a part of us as a piece of technology can be without resorting to awesome cybernetic brain implants. Huawei is one of the biggest manufacturers of such pre-cyborg devices and is pretty stoked to be bringing its newest technological wonder to Egypt. 

Huawei is partnering with Souq.com to bring their latest Android-powered little buddy, the Y6C, to Egypt at the end of December. To commemorate the occasion, Huawei Egypt and Souq.com teamed up with Go Bike to organise a bike tour at the pyramids. The event reflected Huawei’s determination to create a phone that worked with the active lifestyle and lightning fast pace of us young people in the modern world. It was also probably one of the few ways they could have made the announcement without everyone just checking their phones the whole time. 

 
Go Bike Huawei Pyramids ride

Go Bike Huawei Pyramids ride ;) :D

Posted by GO BIKE on Wednesday, December 23, 2015
 
More than 100 cyclers joined the Huawei and Souq.com crews on a tour of the most famous landmarks in Egypt. 
 
Right in the Goldilocks zone between performance, price, and style, the Huawei Y6C is capable of handling any aspect of our increasingly integrated lives without batting its digital eyelash, and without forcing you to live off of instant noodles and kiosk snacks while your wallet recovers.   
 
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