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Huawei launches long-awaited nova 3i White Edition in Sri Lanka

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Huawei, the number one smartphone brand in Sri Lanka, launched its latest Third Generation Nova device, Huawei nova3 and nova3i in July, and it has been a trending highlight among the crowds in Sri Lanka, making record breaking sales. 

Huawei Sri Lanka announced that the company will launch the long-awaited Huawei nova3 White Limited Edition in Sri Lanka, following growing requests from Huawei fans.

The Nova3 is currently available in iris purple, red and black while the Nova3i is currently available in iris purple and black. The Nova 3i White edition is available at all Huawei Experience Centres and Singer Sri Lanka PLC outlets in Sri Lanka from 10 October. The Huawei nova3 is priced at Rs. 79,900 and Huawei nova3i is priced at Rs. 49,900.

The Nova 3 series has become a trending highlight in the global and Sri Lankan market within a short span of time. The series is breaking sales records getting excellent customer feedback including local technology vloggers and reviewers for its exceptional performance. The total sales for the Nova3 series mounted up to a record-breaking 2,000 units by the end of the first sales day, imprinting a milestone for the brand since its establishment in Sri Lanka. 

On the performance front, the Huawei nova 3i is powered by a Kirin 710 SoC, which works in concert with up to four GB of RAM and the latest EMUI 8.1 to deliver an experience that is on par with flagship devices. The device is supported by a large memory capacity of 128GB ROM providing convenience to users.

Another highlight of the Nova3 Series is its Quad AI camera system which offers superior photography capabilities. Selfie experience is highlighted with these features. The f/2.0 wide aperture high resolution lens is joined by a professional depth lens and provides DSLR-level image quality. The Nova 3i is fitted with a quad camera setup of 16MP+2MP rear camera and 24MP+2MP front camera. 

In 2018, Huawei was ranked 72 in the Fortune 500 List, number 79 in Forbes World’s Most Valuable Brands list recently and No. 68 in Interbrand Best Global Brands 2018. The brand was ranked number 48 on BrandZ’s Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands and number 39 on the Brand Finance Global 500 Most Valuable Brands lists. In Sri Lanka, Huawei holds the number one position in smartphone sales with a strong market share of over 30% according to GfK report.

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