Huawei arranged festive ceremony for nova 3e smartphone handover in Bangladesh

Huawei Consumer Business Group has arranged a festive ceremony for nova 3e smartphone handover to the customers who ‘pre-booked’ it across the country. HUAWEI nova 3e is the new superstar smartphone which fuses high-end design and performance with exceptional value.

Huawei started online ‘Pre-booking’ on 20th April, 2018 and offline Pre-booking on 25th April, 2018 following the launch of the handset in Bangladesh. The ‘Pre-booking’ got a huge response. Amidst of an overflowing crowd, customers received their desired nova 3e. There was a prolonged queue across different shopping malls for this handset.

This new phone features Huawei FullView Display 2.0 with a 5.84-inch FHD screen for an immersive viewing experience. The phone has a 16 MP front camera with light fusion portrait and a 16MP & 2MP dual-lens rear camera. The device also features 4GB RAM & 64GB internal memory, giving users the freedom to play games, listen to music and watch videos without worrying about memory or storage limitations.

Aaron, Country Director, Huawei Consumer Business Group (Bangladesh) said, “Besides the performance, we have put our special focus on the design. Nova 3e is a beautifully built phone. We have introduced this new nova series phone considering the smartphone users of Bangladesh. We believe nova 3e will create very positive vibe in Bangladesh market.

The phone is priced at BDT 27,990 only. As an added attraction, GP subscribers will get 4GB internet data free (with 14 days’ validity). Customer buying HUAWEI nova 3e will also enjoy 2-year warranty extension offer for paying additional BDT 600.

The handset is already available at Huawei brand shops and listed mobile outlets located in all the 64 districts of the country.

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