Flash Sale Alert: Huawei P20 lite, Huawei P20 pro and Huawei Nova 3i at the most affordable price

New Delhi, Dec 8, News24 Bureau-

  Highlights: Huawei Nova 3 comes with Kirin 970 processor and 6 GB ram * In Huawei Nova 3i, Kirin 710 processor is accompanied with 4 GB ram * Huawei P20 pro comes with triple delight, 3 rear cameras

     Handset manufacturing company Huawei has slashed the prices off its selected cellphones in the ongoing sale on the E-commerce website Amazon.It has listed Huawei P20 lite, Huawei P20 pro and Huawei Nova 3i with discounts whereas Huawei Nova 3 with additional offers on Amazon.In this blockbuster Huawei sale on Amazon, exchange offers are cherry on top, you can get no cost EMI and extra discount if u exchange your existing old cell phone.This is a limited time sale if missed one might not get this unbelievable offer back anytime soonHuawei nova 3i

Huawei nova 3i comes with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage warranty after a discount of 1000 rupees the price has fallen from 20,990 to 19,990 on Amazon. Huawei Nova was launched in July of this year. Huawei Nova 3i comes with dual front and rear sensor, kirin 710 chipset along with a longlasting battery life of 3340 MAH.

Huawei P20 lite

Huawei P20 lite was launched in India for ₹19,999. But thanks to the Amazon sales, you can get this smartphone for ₹16,999 only. The no-cost EMI option is also available for this phone. Another exciting offer is on the exchange of your old phone, if you exchange it for this new phone you can avail the additional discount of  ₹1000. Huawei p20 lite was launched early April this year with dual camera setup & with 64GB of internal storage. Huawei has used it's Kerin 659 processor.

Huawei p20 pro

Huawei p20 pro was originally launched for ₹64,999 in India but is now available on Amazon for ₹59,999. And the additional exchange discount for this is ₹3000. The phone was launched in April this year with Huawei's triple camera setup. It offers a 6.1 inches display & features Huawei's latest Kerin 970 processor.

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