Huawei launches the Nova in China, pricing information revealed
The Huawei Nova was first seen officially at the IFA 2016 event which held in berlin and even there, it didn’t come out alone as it was flanked closely by another device, the Nova Plus.
Already expecting that Huawei would take this opportunity to launch their flagship, they instead went the way of midranges and committed the extra time into perfecting the specs that we would soon be seeing on the Mate 9, come the launch date.
Going back to the duo of the Huawei Nova and the Nova Plus though, these ones have now made their entry into the Chinese market but this time, the Nova line-up would be without its “Plus” brother.
As pricing information has already been released likewise, they plan to sell the 3GB variant of the Nova for RMB 2099 ($310) and for the 4GB RAM model, they would be getting it out for RMB 2399 ($355)
As far as the colours go, you can get it in either of the Champagne Gold, White or Bright Moon hues for the smaller 3GB variant while the bigger of the two – the 4GB offering – has been released in both Champagne Gold and Rose Gold.
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