The true home of all electronics and smartphones alike is China, and it also the home to some of the largest Android OEMs out there. Huawei has been a driving force in the Asian markets for years, but the company has evolved across the western and other international markets.
Huawei Nova 3i is among the devices that have been hand-picked by the company to penetrate the foreign markets. The release of the Huawei Nova 3i in the Australian market through the cellular network carrier Optus is a clear sign of how Huawei is starting to seem like a household brand.
The latest offering from Optus brings the premium smartphone at a cost of just AUD$45 each month, which includes 2GB of mobile data, unlimited calling an texting, and additional services for music and entertainment included in the package.
If the 2GB mobile data limit doesn’t cut it for you, there are higher priced plans that go all the way up to $145 for 200GB if need be. The plan duration extends to 24 months, with the minimum total cost of the Huawei Nova 3i adding up to $1,560 over the entire course of time.
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