Huawei launches AI-enabled smartphones in Kuwait

Nova 3 and nova 3i hitting shelves August 16.
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Huawei has been rolling outs its nova 3 and nova 3i smartphones around the world – and now has brought them to Kuwait.

Powered by artificially intelligent Kirin 970 chipsets, the nova 3 and nova 3i were announced at a media roundtable discussing Huawei’s plans for the Kuwaiti market.

“With phenomenal smartphone and internet penetration, Kuwait is one of the most crucial markets for Huawei and over the last couple of years; we have grown from strength to strength, focusing on improving the quality of our products, services and market performance,” said Peter Wu, Huawei Consumer Business Group (CBG) director for Kuwait. “In addition, we are constantly developing meaningful ways to connect with the region’s tech-savvy consumers and our esteemed brand rankings year on year are a testimony to the brand evolution in Kuwait,”

The phones are already available for pre-order, and will be on shelves in stores in Kuwait from August 16. The nova 3 will be available in Iris Purple, Airy Blue and Black for KWD 144.90, and the nova 3i will be available in Iris Purple, Pearl White and Black for KWD 99.90.

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