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Huawei unveils mid range smartphone

Huawei Sri Lanka CEO Shunli Wang and Singer Sri Lanka PLC Marketing Director Kumar Samarasinghe introduce the Huawei nova 2i.
Huawei Sri Lanka CEO Shunli Wang and Singer Sri Lanka PLC Marketing Director Kumar Samarasinghe introduce the Huawei nova 2i.

Huawei launched the nova 2i upper mid range smartphone in Sri Lanka last week, expanding their smartphone range while becoming a preferred brand among the youth and middle age category.

The smartphone comes with a quad camera and full view display to attract new customers.

“Huawei has become a growing smartphone brand in Sri Lanka and we consider this market to be very important.

The growth of the Huawei brand is significant in Sri Lanka and we expect the new phone to be a key revenue generator,” Huawei Sri Lanka CEO Shunli Wang said.

“Today we bring to Sri Lanka an innovation that would not only make you feel good, but also be a brand new chapter in enhancing your lifestyle. We are constantly breaking the norms in providing the best quality smartphones to Sri Lanka by fully understanding our valued customers’ requirements,” he said. The nova 2i sports Huawei’s first-ever quad cameras comprising 13MP and 2 MP front-facing dual cameras with smart ambient flash technology and 16MP plus 2MP dual rear cameras enhancing vibrancy in one’s photos and videos captured.

Huawei nova 2i’s front facing dual camera uses the power of amazing lenses and cutting-edge camera technology to achieve a breathtaking bokeh effect, better lighting and radiant portraits. Huawei’s amazing cutting edge camera technology allows the capture first and focus later feature, resulting in better composition and memories. The Huawei nova 2i has been designed with symmetrical beauty around one central axis.

The phone’s flash, dual cameras, fingerprint sensor and USB port are all symmetrically aligned around this axis.

Though designing the rear of a phone to be symmetrical is extremely difficult, the end result of striking beauty is worth the effort. The front has two cameras on the right hand side while the left has a soft-light and sensor, making the phone’s design balanced and concise.

In 2017, HuaweiI was ranked 49 on BrandZ’s Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands, number 88 in Forbes

World’s Most Valuable Brands and number 40 on the Brand Finance Global 500 Most Valuable Brands lists. Huawei has also achieved the No. 70 status on Interbrand’s Best Global Brands list in 2017.

Earlier this year, Huawei was also ranked number 83 on the Fortune 500 companies list.

In Sri Lanka, Huawei is edging closer to become the number one smartphone brand with a strong market share of over 30% according to GfK reports.