Huawei Nova 3, Nova 3i quick review:
When Huawei launched P20 Pro in India in April, I was a little disappointed that he did not bring the crazy Twilight version of the phone into this market. The Twilight version of P20 Pro is something else. Calling psychedelic would be a minority. But I am convinced that there will be many people who will see it there too, which is understandable. Not everyone is so in color and glow But if you are, then it is possible to some extent like me that the shield of Twilight P20 Pro will end, actually will blow your mind. Huawei has now launched Nova 3 and Nova 3i in India, in only one color it is called Iris Purple, which can not be fancy in the form of a snake, but the above mentioned buyers should get a job. If it’s not out and it’s crazy then it’s close.
You can say that there is one thing for Huwayi colors. Crazy colors and it’s not embarrassed about showing their love for them. For almost every phone launch this year, there is something for them. P20 Pro, P20 Lite. Even its subsidiary has joined Honor Bandwagon, and dozens of beautiful chunks are churning at affordable prices.
Nova 3 and Nova 3i, although there is much less cost than the premium P20 Pro command, if not better, look good and feel good. No matter how you see them.
If you thought that the latest HTC phone can turn the light on the desire, wait until you take your hands on Nova 3 and Nova 3i. Huawei’s new phones take things at all new levels. Both phones are made of glass and metal, although Huwei is not explicitly naming the version of Glass, nor the type of metal that they are using in their manufacture. In my brief use, I’ve found them quite durable and easy, although the past is also blurred and fingerprint is very high.
On the front, both Nova 3 and Nova 3i come up top – that you can also hide through the software – like P20 and P20 Pro, and chin down. Setup is included in those phones which can claim a screen-to-body ratio above 80 percent. But compared to seeing and feeling only there is more to Nova 3 and Nova 3i. Both phones further support the back-able hardware and dual camera packs. Both phones also run the latest in Android software.
Huawei Nova 3 comes with a 22-inch full-screen Full-HD + IPS LCD display with 2280×1080 pixel resolution and 0.95: 9 aspect ratio (like the iPhone X). As a result, there is a longer long performance than phones such as OnePlus 6 and Asus Genfon 5 Z, which means that it is above the competition and gives you more real estate in a compact form factor.
Nova 3 is operated by Huawei’s In-house Kirin 970 processor, which packs in its dedicated nerve processing unit (NPU) to enable dedicated AI functions within Nova 3. This is the same processor that gives power to the high end P20 Pro, so at least you know from Huawei standards, you are getting the best hardware at this time. This is also the same processor which is within 10 on the way. Nova comes with 3 and 6 GB of RAM and internal storage up to 128 GB, which is also expandable through a hybrid micro-SD card slot. Dual SIM phone runs Android 8.1 Oreo-based EMUI 8.2.
GPU Turbo Technology is the in-house graphics processing acceleration technique of HW through hardware and software integration that results in “smooth and fast mobile gaming experience”. The company claims that consume 30 percent less energy thanks to the GP Turbo, the game will play 60 percent more obviously with graphics processing efficiency, stating that the technology will also allow standard games to be present in the HDR.
On photography, Nova 3 has a double rear camera in the form of Honor 10. This dual camera system has a 16 megapixel color or RGB sensor and 24 megapixel monochrome sensor. Both of them have an aperture of F / 1.8 and there is also PDAF to pay attention faster. Two cameras work in the same fashion, such as dual camera honor phones. While a sensor takes color shots, the other takes the same shot in black and white. The phone’s software algorithm then merges both images into one and creates the final picture. Monochrome images can be slightly more contrasting than color photographs. So basically, the phone can ideally take better low-light photos compared to the rival top-level phone for its dual-lens system. Honor 10 cameras are good, and NOA 3 cameras should be closed if not better. But more on that in our full review.
On the front, Nova 3 comes with a dual camera system, which has a 24-megapixel sensor and a 2-megapixel sensor for deep sensing. This is a step by step what you get in Honor 10 or even P20 Pro. Nova 3 also gets an IR-based face unlock, which means that it is capable of running even in challenging light conditions.
Going forward, Nova 3 is supported by 3,750 mAh battery. Supports phone charges and fast charging via USB type-C.
Meanwhile, Nova 3i has the same design, the same display, the same software and the same dual-front camera. Although the hardware in the phone and the back camera’s credentials have been more tone. Nova 3i is operated by the Kirin 710 processor up to 4 GB RAM and up to 128GB of storage. It ships backwards with 16 + 2 MP dual camera setup and is supported by 3,340 mAh battery.
Huawei has launched Nova 3 and Nova 3i in India at an aggressive price of Rs. 34,999 and Rs. 20,999, respectively. This is slightly more than the Honor 10 and the Huawei P20 Lite cost, but here are the upgrades that appear here, considering the high view tags as appropriate. Nova 3 and Nova 3i are designed to affect and hopefully they will be affected in the use of the real world. Check out this place for our full review of Huawei Nova 3 and Nova 3i in the coming days.