Finally. Two days after almost everything you need to know about the Huawei Nova 3i got spilled, Huawei Philippines has confirmed that the four-camera smartphone is indeed coming to the country.
Through a Facebook post, the company has revealed that the #NovaStar it’s been teasing since July 8 is the Nova 3i. And the best part? It will start accepting preorders from July 19, a day after the device’s announcement in China. Preorder period ends on July 27, which gives credence to previous reports saying that the Huawei Nova 2i successor’s official launch in the Philippines is on July 28.
Huawei Philippines’ post on Facebook
The Huawei Nova 3i is tipped to cost between P15,000 (around $280) and P17,000 ($318), a pretty competitive price range for something that looks good (hello, Huawei P20? <3 ) and boasts the following specs:
Earlier, we reported that you need to make a P1,000 ($19) down payment to reserve the Huawei Nova 3i. According to a promoter, early adopters will get a free, still-undisclosed premium gift worth P2,990 ($56). You can also buy the phone, which is going to be endorsed by Filipino actor James Reid, through Home Credit.
How about the Huawei Nova 3, a seemingly higher-specced Nova 3i whose supposed specs are detailed below (and we discussed in this article: Huawei Nova 3 specs detailed in infographic)? Will Huawei Philippines bring it here? We wonder.
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