Huawei has taken the wraps off its newest stars, throwing them in the midrange ring, where competition is as fierce as it has ever been. Meet the Huawei Nova 3 and Nova 3i four-camera smartphones, priced as low as ¥1,999 (roughly P15,928 or $297).
Roll out the red carpet. The James Reid-endorsed Huawei Nova 3i is on its way here, officially, after weeks of being in the rumor mill.
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.
It looks like the Philippines will be getting the Huawei Nova 3i, the successor to the Huawei Nova 2i, this month.
More Huawei Nova 3 news have surfaced courtesy of China’s Weibo microblogging platform. This time around, it’s the specs of the device in question that has us excited for the remainder of July.
The Huawei Nova 3 has been tipped to launch sooner rather than later, possibly sometime this month on July 18. The Philippines could be one of the first markets to see the device in stores judging from the timing of Huawei Philippines’ cryptic teasers on social media.
Last month, we wrote about a mystery phone that resembles the Huawei P20 Lite and has passed through the TENAA Chinese certification website. It had been suggested that the device in question was the Huawei Nova 3 or Nova 3i. That would make sense considering it has been almost a year since the OEM released the Huawei Nova 2i in …
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I went to China for the Huawei media familiarization trip not expecting a lot from it. I came back to the Philippines with a newfound respect for the company and the people who work there.
Huawei has some big and ambitious plans for its smartphone lineup this year and beyond. At a recent press conference in China, where bloggers and media representatives from the Philippines were in attendance, Revü’s own Alora Uy Guerrero asked the company’s president for consumer business Jim Xu when Huawei will come out with gaming and foldable devices.