The Huawei Nova 5T has been the company’s most popular smartphone since its release.

With the lack of Google services on the Mate 30 Pro, the company put a lot of attention to its next best smartphone, the Huawei Nova 5T.

Despite its midrange price tag, the Nova 5T comes with a flagship octa-core Kirin 980 processor, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It comes with a quad-camera setup at the back, led by a 48-megapixel primary camera. There’s a 6.26-inch FHD+ display, with a cutout on the top left for the selfie camera to peek through.

Its flagship hardware, partnered with its midrange price tag, made the Huawei Nova 5T a top hit in the market. It allowed users to have a high-end smartphone experience, by only paying half the price of a real one. Software-wise, it now has the EMUI 10 update in the Philippines.

While it’s already a more affordable device after a recent price drop, not a lot of Filipinos can shell that much money on a brand new smartphone. The handset was discounted to Php17,990 from its original SRP of Php18,990.


Thankfully, we have Home Credit to the rescue, which is offering a brand new Huawei Nova 5T at different installment plans. You can get it for as low as Php1,663 with a Php5,400 downpayment. You can check the table below for the full list of installment plans and monthly fees.


Huawei Nova 5T Home Credit6 months (0.8776%)9 months (0.6255%)10 months (5.4627%)
Monthly PaymentPhp2,164Php1,443Php1,574
Insurance feePhp330Php220Php198
(inclusive of Php400-500 processing fee)
Total Contract PricePhp20,364Php20,367Php23,120

Now that you have the numbers, head on to your nearest Huawei store, kiosk, or any multi-brand shop that has a Home Credit representative present to get a brand new Huawei Nova 5T.

Don’t forget to prepare the downpayment fee and bring two valid IDs. At least one ID should have your current address printed on it.

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