You’ve seen the teasers and official promo materials. You’ve seen the hardware, what it has to offer on paper, and, importantly, what its cameras are capable of. The new Huawei Nova 2 Lite, also known as the Huawei Y7 (2018) in some markets, is no stranger to being the center of attention recently.
Huawei today announced the price of the Nova 2 Lite for the Philippine market, confirming our suspicion that the 18:9 phone with dual rear cameras won’t go any higher than P10,000 (around $192).
Another quad-camera smartphone is about to be added to Huawei’s arsenal. The Huawei Y9 (2018) has been spotted on the website of Chinese communications commission TENAA. Its back is shown to have a pair of cameras aligned in a horizontal position. Word has it that it will be announced in Thailand on March 15, though we haven’t seen any launch …
What a coincidence. Huawei and Xiaomi, two popular smartphone companies that are about to announce something in the Philippines, are holding their respective price-guessing games online.
Preorders for the Huawei Nova 2 Lite in the Philippines will go live from March 14 to 23, according to the company.
Another day, another Huawei story. The still-unannounced Huawei Y9 (2018) has surfaced online, suggesting a device much like the Huawei Nova 2i and Nova 2 Lite.
Huawei will formally introduce the P20 Lite, P20, and P20 Pro at a press event that takes place on March 27. And when all is said and done, three Leica-developed cameras at the back are expected to be the latter’s calling card.
Armed with two back-facing cameras and a taller LCD that spans almost 6 inches, the Huawei Nova 2 Lite has been recently announced for the Philippine market.
Huawei previously confirmed that it will officially reveal its flagship P20 series at a press event on March 27. We already have an idea what the upcoming trio of smartphones will look like, and we have an idea what specs and features they might include.
The latest International Data Corporation numbers for Southeast Asia are in.