In conjunction with Mother’s Day, Huawei is giving its selfie-centric Nova 2i another price cut in Malaysia. Originally priced at RM1,299, it was slashed to RM1,099 three months ago. Now it’s getting another price reduction and you can get it for less than RM1,000.
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Huawei and honor are flooding the mid-range segment with its array of Full View smartphones in Malaysia. You have the Huawei Nova 2i, honor 7X, honor 9 Lite and most recently they have launched the Huawei Nova 2 Lite. Now, the Nova 2i can be yours at RM400 less from its original launch price.
Huawei is rolling out the latest Android 8.0 Oreo to more of its current smartphones. Now, it’s the Huawei Nova 2i’s turn and you can try it out by participating in the beta program which is open from 1 March 2018.
Huawei has just announced a price cut for the Nova 2i in Malaysia. Originally launched at RM1,299, the selfie-centric smartphone is now going for RM1,099.
Fancy a Huawei Nova 2i in a different shade of colour? After selling out its early batches in Graphite Black and Prestige Gold, Huawei Malaysia will be releasing its limited edition Aurora Blue variant this coming Saturday, on 11.11.
For those who don’t want to fork out cash upfront for the Huawei Nova 2i, Xpax is offering it on monthly instalments with its EasyPhone prepaid program. As usual, there’s no upfront payment required and it even comes with free prepaid credit each month.
After a month of teasing, Huawei has finally taken the covers off its nova 2i. This is their new selfie-centric focused smartphone that comes with a total of four cameras. On top of that, it is Huawei’s first smartphone with a FullView display. You might consider it as a prelude to their next flagship and it was also initially rumoured as the Mate 10 lite.
What makes the nova 2i even interesting is its asking price of just RM1,299 in Malaysia. That’s RM200 cheaper than its closest rival that was also launched today.
Many had speculated that it will be called the Huawei Mate 10 lite for global markets but we can definitely confirm that this will be the Nova 2i when it hits the Malaysian market.
In China, it’s going to be called the Mai Mang 6 and it will be unveiled this coming Friday, 22 September. Shortly after that, Huawei Malaysia is launching the nova 2i on the following week. Are these two phones the same? Here’s a closer look at what the Nova 2i might look like.