Huawei Nova Plus now available in Canada, costs CAD $400
Huawei has kept to the time that they set for themselves and now, you can snag yourself a unit of the Huawei Nova Plus in the country of Canada. For now though, they are yet to expand the scope of people they are selling from and you would be able to get the device via any of Rogers, bu Fido and Virgin Mobile.
These carriers would start to have the smartphone in stock from the 1st of November and the 3rd of the same month respectively.
To get this much coveted mid-range device in this region, you would need to shell out nothing less than $400 CAD which in the US is just some $300. Given that the device packs a lot of features and beautiful hardware, this is a very small asking price for a mid-range that is going towards the high end shelf already.
First shown to the world at the IFA 2016 which was held last month, the Nova Plus which runs the Marshmallow 6.0.1 out of the box is powered by an octa core SD625 chipset from QUALCOMM and pars that with 3GB of RAM and an internal storage space of 32GB.
On top of the 5.5 inch of screen is an 8MP front shooter and the back has a bigger 16MP equipped with its own LED flash. In the end, the device relies on the 3340mAh battery to stay alive.
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