Huawei Consumer Business Group Nepal has recently announced they were launching Huawei Nova 2i here in Nepal very soon. And now we officially have news, it is launching this week to be exact November 15. Huawei Nova 2i, is a device that will not fail to impress you. Whether it is it’s large ‘FullView’ 5.9″ display, Build Quality or its Dual Cameras in both Front and Back. Yes! Four Cameras Pretty Sweet right?
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Getting on to the latest trend of having Dual Cameras, 18:9 ratio display and Better selfie, Nova 2i got all of them. First, lets talk about 4 camera setup for the rear, we have 16MP+2MP and on the front we have 13MP+2MP. The dual cameras setup allow you to get bokeh shots on the front and back. It will be the first smartphone in Nepal that comes with 4 camera setup, making it a First Quad-Camera smartphone in Nepal. If you are a selfie lovers there is a feature called Selfie Toning Flash, which helps you to get perfect selfies even in bad lighting conditions. Talking about the display it features high-quality 5.9 inch screen. Giving you more space and beautiful widescreen viewing experience with impressive 83% screen-to-body ratio/18:9 aspect ratio.
Inside, we have 4GB RAM and 64GB ROM with 128GB microSD support. Powered By
Kirin 659 Octa-core CPU with Mali-T830 MP2 GPU, based on 16nm FinFET process and Android 7.0 + EMUI 5.1. With 3340mAh non-removable battery. What makes it really impressive is, now we have machine learning technology in a mid-range smartphone. What machine learning does is it will analyze user’s usage pattern and become more accurate with every use.
Smartphone to offer a near-borderless display and a total of four cameras on the front and rear, how much will it cost then? Well there is no official statement regarding the price yet but according to the rumors floating around in the market, it might cost under 35K. Huawei Nepal has send us the invitation for the launch event, so will be doing LIVE coverage from our Facebook Page. So make sure to LIKE our Facebook Page.
What do you think about Nepal’s First Quad-Camera smartphone? What is your guess on the price?