We now have HUAWEI HUAWEI nova 3i with us for review. The HUAWEI nova 3i comes with a mid-range chip but not an average price. In fact, it’s higher than people normally expect to spend on medium-sized devices.
HUAWEI nova 3i
Display & Design
The HUAWEI nova 3i features a slim design with glass in the front and back, giving the 3i a distinctive look and feel. But the glass on the back makes the phone very slippery and has a magnet for fingerprints. You have to clean the phone down from behind to see the bright, shiny finish on the back.
On the right side, you can get the power button and volume control while you have a SIM slot on the left side of your phone. At the top, you can find the secondary microphone with noise cancellation, and at the bottom is the 3.5 mm headphone socket, microUSB port and speaker.
At the back of the phone, you’ll find vertically arranged dual cameras, a LED flash, a fingerprint scanner, and a Huawei tag.
To see the phone, you start to see some great features. You can get a 6.3-inch IPS I / O panel with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and a pixel density of 409 pixels.
The screen itself is clear and exhilarating to watch. It is bright enough to be used in direct sunlight and low enough low for easy use in total darkness.
For phone performance, take the numbers first. HUAWEI nova 3i uses the Huawei-Silicon Ceylon 710 chipset itself, plus 4 GB of RAM.
Navigating the user interface went smoothly and I did not notice any delay or stuttering. Applications were also open fast enough and were not waiting to open an application, which is the case with most mid-range smartphones that hurt performance.
4 GB RAM has proven to be useful for switching applications, and you can easily do multiple tasks without having to update each application every time you open it. Sometimes you have to manage the refreshing part only if you have about 8 to 10 open applications and you are trying to use an avid resource application. Although it is expected to be 4 GB more useful, it is hardly anyone who uses many applications at one time. The phone is therefore strong.
There’s also 128GB of storage on the HUAWEI nova 3i, and if that’s not enough, there’s also a microSD card to expand storage.
This is the part that holds all the attention of people, where HUAWEI nova 3i is delivered with 4 cameras on board. 2 on the front and 2 on the back.
The rear camera of the phone has two sensors, one 16 megapixel camera and the other with 2 megapixels, and is used for depth of field. It also receives autofocus for phase detection and single LED flash.
The photos he takes are really good for many things. There are a lot of details, good contrast and not very saturated. The camera stood well in good lighting conditions, with lots of details and sharpness. The dynamics were excellent too. Keep in mind that, like all mid-range phones, HUAWEI nova 3i crumbles in low-light conditions with lots of noise and color everywhere.
However, the colors were normal in daylight and there was not excessive saturation, as with most other Huawei phones. Only until you run AI mode. HUAWEI nova 3i’s “AI” method works well and can detect the scene and show the scene you’re shooting in, but the improvements you make are almost the same. All images with AI are highly variable and saturation and the images look more like a painting than a real one.
On the other hand, the vertical position of the front camera was working well. It has a 24-megapixel sensor with a 2-megapixel sensor also used to calculate the depth of the field. The images taken with the front camera are very detailed and clear, even if they are not well-installed in low-light conditions.
With 3340mAh on board, I was a bit skeptical because the phone had a big screen, but to my surprise, it worked well in the real world. The battery worked very well, for a whole day in mobile data, while taking pictures, playing games, talking on the phone and checking social networks and so on.
Even if the battery is less than a critical percentage, you can enable the high-power power saving feature to extract a few extra hours of battery life.
In general, the Huawei HUAWEI nova 3i is a smart phone that is great for what it offers, and the price is not aggressive, and it is too much for its value. You will simply pay for the sleek design and decent performance offered by most medium range phones already.
By setting the price of HUAWEI nova 3i at 40,000, there are many options in the market in this price range that offers what HUAWEI nova 3i does not own. For example, USB Type C is an amazing removal, especially when you give prices for the phone that way. Most current phones are Type C.
In addition to the missing Type C port, the phone still resists other services. Good performance, the cameras are also decent, the screen is bright, great and beautiful to watch.