Huawei has launched the successor of its best mid-range Nova Series in Nepal, the Huawei Nova 5T. After teasing for a while, the company unveils the device today. So, should you buy it for this Dashain? Well, go ahead if you have money, otherwise, there are other options to that than Nova 5T, even at a lower price. Let’s talk about Huawei Nova 5T price in Nepal, specs, and availability.
Talking about the overall look of the device, it looks beautiful, in terms of looks and design. Though I am not particularly a fan of notch or punch hole, there is a punch hole in the display. The fingerprint sensor on the right side of the device and quad-camera on the back two noticeable feature of this device. Let’s look at the specs sheet of the device:
- Display: 6.26-inch Full HD+ IPS LCD display, 2340×1080 pixel; 412ppi pixel density
- Chipset: HiSilicon Kirin 980 7nm chipset
- CPU: Octa-core(2 x 2.6GHz Cortex-A76 and 2 x 1.92GHz Cortex-A76 and 4 x 1.8GHz Cortex-A55)
- GPU: Mali-G76 MP10
- OS: Android 9.0 Pie, EMUI 9.0
- Memory: 8GB RAM, 128GB storage; No microSD card slot
- Primary Camera: Quad camera setup; 48MP, f/1.8, 28mm wide sensor, 1/2-inch, 0.8µm, PDAF + 16MP, f/2.2, 13mm ultrawide sensor, 1/3.1-inch + 2MP, f/2.4, dedicated macro lens + 2MP, f/2.4, depth sensor
- Secondary Camera:32MP, f/2.0, 0.8µm
- Battery: Non-removable Li-Po 3,750 mAh battery; Fast charging with 22.5W power adapter
Huawei Nova 5T price in Nepal and availability
The device is available at 340 Euro internationally, which roughly converts to 42K NPR. So, technically, the price should also be around 42K. However, different legal and practical problems, the price might go higher, all the way to Rs. 53,900 only. This device is available for purchase from today, through authorized retailers and showrooms.
Now, the question arises, should I buy it? Hold on a second, why don’t you look at Xiaomi Redmi K20 Pro?
Well, initially, the device looks decent, no extraordinary feature but has a good camera. Actually, the smartphone market is on the verge of saturation, so expecting a lot for a mid-range device is not justifiable. So, I am totally satisfied with it. However, I expected the price to be lowered than 50K NPR. In this throat cutting competition, pricing the devices way high than its nearest competitors does not seems to be a good idea. Besides, the company is already banned by the US government, there is no guarantee of the company’s smartphones future. So, paying 53K for the device, where better phones are available at a lower price, is not a good idea.
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