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Nancy Ajram introduces Huawei P8

Lebanese singer and Chinese vendor’s brand ambassador makes special appearance at Atlantis event

Nancy Ajram introduces Huawei P8
Nancy Ajram with the Huawei P8, during a special event at Atlantis The Palm.

Lebanese singer Nancy Ajram made a star appearance at Atlantis The Palm, Dubai, on Monday evening to introduce Huawei's P8 smartphone.

Ajram is the regional brand ambassador for the Chinese vendor's line of premium smartphones.

The P8 is the latest model in Huawei's P series and includes a camera optimised for low light and high contrast, using a series of proprietary algorithms. The handset carries a 5.2-inch screen and is powered by a Kirin 930 64-bit octa-core chipset. It runs Android Lollipop.

"We are extremely excited to launch the user-friendly P8 for consumers across the Middle East," Jiao Jian, president, Huawei Device Middle East, said at the launch.

"Huawei has seamlessly combined the best elements of style and strength in this device, delivering a revolutionary user experience, especially in terms of camera and network connectivity. Building on the outstanding market performance of Huawei's P series, we are fully confident that our P8 will become one of the most popular smartphones among consumers in 2015."

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