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PHILIPPINESHuawei Philippines finally launched their newest additions to their smartphone arsenal – the Nova 3 and the Nova 3i.

Gracing the public on July 28 in Glorietta Activity Center(s), Huawei gives the public the chance to experience their newest handsets through its activity zones located along the launch area.

Photo: Eljay Reyes/AMG

The well-anticipated Nova 3i with quad-cameras was formally announced, marking its nationwide availability starting July 28 and is sold officially for PhP15,990, a thousand-peso increase from its predecessor.

READ: Huawei Nova 3i hands-on and quick review – the midrange superstar?

Huawei also launched the flagship-level Nova 3 with a price tag of PhP25,990. It will be available for pre-order starting August 4 to 10 and will arrive on August 11.

READ: Huawei Nova 3 hands-on and initial impressions – a complicated flagship?

The company also officially introduced James Reid as the brand ambassador for the Nova series.

Huawei executives and James Reid holding the new Nova 3i in Black, Red and Iris Purple colors variants. (Photo: Eljay Reyes/AMG)

Huawei highlighted several features of the Nova phones such as its AI implementation through the camera, the new 3D Qmoji (Huawei’s take on Animoji), and their usual milestones being showcased on the stage.

Nova series’ AI camera modes (Photo: Eljay Reyes/AMG)
Huawei’s Martin Bian showcasing Qmoji’s features (Photo: Eljay Reyes/AMG)

Finally, the Huawei Nova 3i is now available nationwide through Huawei concept stores, authorized resellers, Home Credit as well as Smart and Globe postpaid plans.