The Huawei Nova 2i is doing so well on the Philippine market that word is the Chinese tech company is struggling to keep up with the demand for the 18:9 phone with quad cameras.
But apparently, Huawei isn’t done with the Nova 2 branding for the year. Not quite. There’s still the Huawei Nova 2S — which is all but confirmed at this point, and, more recently, by this set of leaked photos that first surfaced on Weibo, China’s version of Twitter.
Huawei Nova 2S as seen on Weibo
If the rumors prove accurate, the Nova 2S is scheduled for a December launch, highlighting a 6-inch, full-resolution display in 18:9 format; a powerhouse Kirin 960 chip backed by 6GB of RAM; and four cameras — two on the front and two on the back — as key selling points.
The cameras on the front alone get an impressive 20-megapixel sensor, while the back-facing module uses 20- and 16-megapixel ones. It’s also possible that the device will be shipping with Android 8.0 Oreo on tap, similar to Huawei’s flagship Mate 10 series.
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All of this is to say that the Nova 2S will be a force to be reckoned with, not just in the Philippines but in any market, especially if Huawei decides to be aggressive with the pricing of its upcoming smartphone and positions it somewhere in the P20,000 (roughly $400) range.
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