12:00 AM, July 31, 2018 / LAST MODIFIED: 12:00 AM, July 31, 2018

Huawei's nova 3i hits market

Aaron Shi, centre, country director of Huawei Consumer Business Group (Bangladesh), launches Huawei nova 3i, a popular device of the Chinese mobile maker, at Sonargaon hotel in the capital yesterday. Photo: Huawei

Chinese handset-maker Huawei launched its popular smartphone—Huawei nova 3i—at an event at the Pan Pacific Sonargaon in the capital yesterday.

The device priced at Tk 28,990 will be available at all Huawei-branded shops across the country from August 11. Interested customers can pre-book the handset from August 1 to August 10.

Customers who will pre-book will get an attractive gift box with the device, the company said.

Grameenphone users will get 5GB internet for free with the purchase of every Huawei nova 3i, the company said in a statement.

Customers can also buy the set by using six months equal monthly instalment facility, according to the statement.

“This is just another milestone of Huawei's commitment to consumers bringing in another innovation,” said Aaron Shi, country director of Huawei Consumer Business Group.

“I believe that Huawei nova 3i will set a new standard of expectation among the consumers.”

The handset features the same design as its predecessor and delivers an artificial intelligence four-camera photography experience.

The smartphone has a 24MP primary sensor and a 2MP sensor in the front side and two rear-facing cameras which are of 16MP and 2MP. The 6.3-inch device is equipped with 128GB ROM and 4GB RAM.