Huawei will launch the Nova 3i in The Philippines on July 28. It appears the phone will also be available in Vietnam as pricing for the phone in the Southeast Asian country has leaked.
Thanks to a flyer from Vietnam’s largest mobile retail chain The Gio Di Dong, we now know the Huawei Nova 3i will sell for 11,990,000 Vietnamese Dong which is roughly USD520. With the above price, the Nova 3i is definitely not a mid-range phone. It appears it is the same device as the Nova 3 but with a different name.
We already know the Nova 3i will come with dual front and dual rear cameras based on the leaked photo from The Philippines. We also know that the primary cameras on both sides are 24MP sensors. Since we have already established that the Nova 3i is the Nova 3, then the secondary rear sensor should be a 16MP while the second front camera is a 2MP sensor based on the Nova 3 specs on the Huawei store.
Other specifications include a 6.3-inch FHD+ display with a notch, a Kirn 970 processor, 6GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 3750mAh battery. The flyer also reveals the phone will be available in red and blue.
There is no info on a launch date yet but it should probably launch at the end of the month too.