You can now get the Huawei Nova 3i on contract with Optus

Posted: 3 September 2018 3:17 pm News

Huawei's excellent Nova 3i is now available on contract through Optus.

While Huawei's next flagship phone will be the Huawei Mate 20/Mate 20 Pro, set to launch on 16 October, it's also got a number of highly desirable mid-range devices on sale right now.

We've recently reviewed the Huawei Nova 3i, finding it to be an excellent mid-range option. The Huawei Nova 3i features Huawei's own Kirin 710 processor, 4 AI-assisted cameras and an impressive 128GB of onboard storage. Optus has today announced that it's now selling the phone on contract terms.

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The Huawei Nova 3i features a Kirin 710 processor, 6.3 inch display and four AI-assisted cameras.

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As you might expect for a phone that retails for $599, the handset repayment fees you'll pay if you opt for a contract phone are actually quite modest. The Huawei Nova 3i is available on either personal or business contract terms from Optus starting today, with pricing as detailed below:

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