Huawei's New Phone Gets Our Vote for 'Most Millennial-Friendly Phone Ever'

The features speak for themselves.

( When it comes to smartphones, three things matter to the Internet-savvy: A powerful camera, built-in proprietary software that lets them engage online, and an exterior that, in itself, is IG-worthy. These things can be found in Huawei’s newest smartphone, the Nova 3. Check out the specs it comes equipped with right out of the box. Trust us—you'd be hard-pressed to find features like these in any other smartphone in the same price range.

It has four really powerful cameras.
On most smartphones, the rear camera is usually the primary one with better features. The front camera is usually not as good in terms of megapixel count and lens sharpness—but not on the Nova 3.

Both front and rear cameras are AI-powered, and have an impressive 24-megapixel sensor (the only difference being that the secondary lens of the rear camera is 16 megapixels, while the one on the front is 2 megapixels).

The rear camera, equipped with AI scene recognition, is able to recognize 22 categories and a whopping 500 scenarios. It has an aperture of F1.8 for great bokeh—perfect for travel vloggers. The front camera also has a wide F2 aperture, giving your selfies that blurred background effect.

Have you ever heard of a "QMoji"? 
You have to start rolling with these new QMojis, which, along with the AI capabilities of the Nova 3’s rear camera, can learn and animate your facial expressions, movements, and voice for fun, personalized GIFs or videos.

Surprise your followers as a singing cat or as a talking hamster, and just wait for the likes to pour in. You can even use QMojis in your messaging apps to make your chat conversations more interactive.

Even more fun and exciting are the Gesture Effects which let you control the aforementioned QMojis and background effects with specific hand movements. 

The features speak for themselves
The Nova 3 comes in distinctive, statement colors— iris purple, red, and black. The 6.3-inch FHD+ screen is clear and goes almost up to the edges of the phone. This means more screen real estate for when you want to watch movies and chill.

Other features of the Nova 3 include 4GB or 6GB of RAM (depending on which model you get), a Kirin 970 2.36 GHz octa-core CPU, 128GB of storage, and expandable storage by micros SD up to 256GB. Simply put, you’ll never have to worry about storage space.

The Nova 3 is now available in the Philippines and retails for P25,990. Follow Huawei Philippines on Facebook to know more.

This article was created by Summit Storylabs in partnership with Huawei.
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