Huawei nova 3i announced with Kirin 710

Joanna Estrada
July 20, 2018

The rear dual 16-megapixel and 2-megapixel cameras can take pretty good shots, with the 2-megapixel shooter used for depth sensing. The device also comes with hardware HDR which gives highly detailed photos and you can preview it in real-time.

And though this processor doesn't have the separate NPU (Neural Processing Unit) dedicated for AI as in the Kirin 970, the Kirin 710 does feature an improved Image Signal processor and a new Digital Signal processor for better photographic capabilities.

Powering the Nova 3 is a large 3,750mAh battery which is charged via USB-C.

However, the standout feature is the dual 24-megapixel and 2-megapixel front cameras, which come AI powered to recognise scenes and are created to give you selfie shots with a blurred background effect and HDR.

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Available in Black, White, and Iris Purple, the Huawei nova 3i is available for online pre-order at the Filipino retailer Lazada or at multiple offline stores. It is a dual 16MP+2MP sensor. The rear cameras, by comparison, can detect and enhance up to 22 scenes and objects. Now an ever liter version, called Huawei nova 3i, has appeared in the Philippines.

Nova 3 and the Nova 3i are exactly the kind of phones that we expected from a Nova series. On the software side, they are shipped with EMUI 8.2 which is Huawei's skin on top of Android. That's about the same price as the current Nova 2i at the time of launch. As.of now, the under-display cameras look like a science fantasy. To stand out, it gets an added "Aurora glass" effect which is similar to the honor 10. Alongside the new smartphone, Huawei also revealed the prices of the recently unveiled Nova 3 and Talkband 5.

The Huawei Nova 3 and Nova 3i are certainly much more capable than their predecessors, and they will be launching in Malaysia tomorrow. We will be there at the event, so stay tuned to us for the latest updates.

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