Tuesday , September 18 2018 Ausdroid » News » Carriers » Huawei Nova 3i heads to Optus available from September 13th on 24-month contract


After launching through retail channels last month, the Huawei Nova 3i has today arrived at Optus where you can order one on a 24 month contract.

The phone is available to order from today with delivery promised on September 13th, or you can pick one up in-store from today. The phone, in the stunningly beautiful Iris Purple colour is exclusive to Optus on a range of Optus’ 24 month My Plan Plus postpaid plans, including the $45 per month option with $0 handset repayments (min. total cost $1,080) and 3GB of data included.

As a bonus, the first 1,000 Optus customers who order the Huawei Nova 3i on a 24 month My Plan Plus before 30 September will receive a pair of Huawei FreeBuds wireless earbuds (RRP $199) via redemption from huaweipromotions.com.au at no extra charge.

The Nova 3i has a 6.3″ 2340×1080 FHD+ resolution FullView Display – with a notch – packed into a body measuring just 157.6 x 75.2 mm in which Huawei have managed to pack a 3340mAh battery that’s just 7.6 mm thick. That body also includes a powerful Kirin 710 processor with AI, 4GB RAM and a massive 128GB built-in memory which can be supplemented with a micorSD card up to 256GB.

There’s four cameras on the Nova 3i – 24MP and 2MP on the front, and 16MP and 2MP on the rear – with built-in AI in the Kirin 710 processor allowing the software to recognise scenes and adjust to give you a better shot.

I absolutely loved the Nova 3i, it’s a fantastic handset and you can read more on it in our review. If you’re in the market for a Nova 3i you can head over to Optus and order now.

Source: Optus.

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would never purchase a android device from a carrier. Their software update schedule is slow and garbage. Biggest regret was to buy my mate 10 pro from optus.

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I purchased this device just a few days ago and I am really happy with it. The camera is very good, the battery life is great. Much better than an iPhone X for a third of the price.
Absolutely recommend it to anyone who is looking for a great mobile with all the best features that you will need.

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