After releasing its teaser, Huawei has finally revealed its latest member of its nova series. It isn’t the flagship-class nova 2s that we hoped for. It’s the nova 2 Lite, a budget alternative to the nova 2i that’s powered by a Qualcomm processor instead of their in-house developed Kirin 659.
Taking its photography game up a notch, Huawei will be unveiling its Nova 2i smartphone that comes with not one but two sets of dual-cameras. We just received the invite and the Malaysian launch is happening on 26 September 2017.
Following the release of Huawei’s selfie centric Nova 2 series, they are about to introduce a newer model to step up its photography game. If having a 20MP front camera isn’t enough, here comes a more inciting model.
If you missed out on Huawei’s 30% off promo on its Nova Lite, not to worry. Huawei is extending the discounted offer for the upcoming Merdeka day celebration.
OPPO and vivo have dominated the selfie smartphone segment with its high-resolution 16MP and 20MP front shooters. Not wanting to be left behind, Huawei had recently introduced its new Nova 2 series that comes with a 20MP front camera.
This Huawei’s first attempt at making a serious selfie-centric device and it’s coming to Malaysia very soon.
If you’re in the market for brand new phone and don’t want to hurt your wallet too much, Huawei is now offering a special promo for the Huawei Nova Lite. Originally priced at RM999, this somewhat mid-range smartphone can now be yours with a significant 30% discount.
If you’re looking for a mid-range device, the Huawei Nova Plus is now available in Malaysia. Announced at IFA 2016 last month, the Nova Plus is priced much lower here compared to the European market.
Huawei has seen tremendous growth in the high-end segment especially with its current Huawei Mate 8 and P9 series. Focusing on premium design and build quality has paid off for the Chinese brand and now they are bringing a new touch of premium to the mid-range segment with its new Nova series.
Similar to Samsung, Huawei has always focused on having a compact and phablet series flagship. While a new Mate 8 replacement is due for end of this year, Huawei appears to be doing something different at the upcoming IFA 2016 in Berlin.