Huawei Nova Smart Launches In Europe, Priced At $215
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Slovak media reports that certain mobile service providers in the country country is a region that is identified as a distinct national entity in political geography like Orange and O2 have already started retailing the device and are offering it on various contracts with a heavy discount, though it’s currently unclear whether the phone has also been picked up by wireless carriers in other European countries where the Huawei Nova Smart launched.