The advent of technology has paved the way for people to show their emotions in a breeze, especially on social media.
Most of the time, there is no better way for people to express themselves than with a selfie -- one that the newest cameraphone in the market can aid.
And now, technology company Huawei has just unveiled the newest Nova 3, offering people the chance to up their selfie game.
Dubbed as Huawei's "most powerful" smartphone yet, the Nova 3 features four cameras with artificial intelligence (AI), breaking ground for a new kind of photography experience.
For a natural selfie with authentic bokeh effect, the device is packed with AI-engineered 24-megapixel (MP) front cameras that can automatically be optimized to adjust over 200 scenarios across eight categories, including skies, plants, and beaches.
The 24-MP and 16-MP rear cameras can also do the scene-by-scene optimization of more than 500 scenarios to allow users to capture vivid images.
Aesthetics wise, the Nova 3 flaunts double-curved 3D glass on the front and back parts that can be visually striking with purple, red, and black colors.
People with a penchant for selfies know that having a sluggish smartphone is exasperating. Users don't need to worry as the Huawei Nova 3 is powered by Kirin 970 chipset partnered with 6-gigabytes (GB) of random access memory (RAM) for an immersive and uninterrupted smartphone experience.
The 6.3-inch smartphone also has the newest Face ID technology that can work in any lighting condition, even in a dark environment, for a seamless and more secured phone access protection.
The Huawei Nova 3 is priced at P25,990 while the Nova 3i is pegged at P15,990.
Pre-order for Huawei Nova 3 is now available until August 10. As a treat, Huawei is bundling pre-orders with a free premium Bluetooth speaker worth P2,990!
Meanwhile, get a free premium Bluetooth speaker worth P1,990 for every purchase of Huawei Nova 3i until August 31!
Visit Huawei's website and Facebook for more information about the new Nova 3.
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