Huawei unveils nova2i Aurora Blue in SL | Sunday Observer

Huawei unveils nova2i Aurora Blue in SL

Huawei has launched the Huawei nova2i Aurora Blue limited edition, targeting the festive season.

The introduction of the blue variant was a result of the growing demand for the colour by Huawei fans. The newly launched Huawei nova2i is breaking sales records, getting excellent customer feedback including local technology vloggers and reviewers for its exceptional performance, a company spokesman said.

The Huawei nova2i 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 nova2i’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 nova2i smartphone is known as the best value smartphone to be introduced by the smartphone giant and fully utilizes the smooth, elegant, classy feeling brought on by curved lines.

The screen’s 5.9-inch bezel-less screen, with rounded edges, gives a comfortable grip with a visual grace and softness. The bezel-less device incorporates a stunning Full High Definition+ resolution screen adding a dynamic dimension to social media, video watching, reading, gaming and browsing.

This year, Huawei was ranked 83 in the Fortune 500 List and number 88 in Forbes World’s Most Valuable Brands list recently.

The brand was ranked number 49 on BrandZ’s Top 100 Most Valuable Global 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.

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 report, the spokesman said.