It’s happening. Huawei is all set to launch its new Nova 3 and Nova 3i smartphone in the Nepalese market. The phone is being launched on the 27th of July at a dedicated event held in Kathmandu, Nepal.
Both the Huawei Nova 3 and 3i packs some interesting features as well as specifications, including a dual-camera setup of 24MP + 2MP (f/1.8) at the front. The secondary camera at the front is used for measuring the depth of field, allowing users to capture portrait selfies. The rear’s also no slouch either with a pair of 16MP + 24MP sensor in the Nova 3 and an equally impressive 16MP + 2MP sensor in the Nova 3i.
Despite the difference in the megapixel count at the back, both phones are powered by Huawei’s own set of AI technology. The AI is capable of detecting over 200 across eight different categories, including beaches, plants, night, stage performance, blue skies, flowers, rooms, and snow. That’s some serious tech there. You can know more about the AI camera in our separate article.
Inside the Nova 3 is a flagship Kirin 970 chipset also seen on Mate 10 Pro, while the Nova 3i will come with a new Kirin 710 chipset. The Huawei Nova 3 comes with an ample 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. However, the Nova 3i boasts a slightly lower 4GB of RAM.
Another interesting thing here is that both phones will come with Huawei’s popular GPU Turbo technology. An unknown yet a powerful commodity in the market. The GPU Turbo will allow both phones to capitalize the hardware to its max. This shall considerably boost the performance of gaming and graphics intensive apps. While you might be thinking this tech to be no more than a battery hogging thing, Huawei has claimed that they will optimize their software to increase the efficiency of GPU by 60 percent and bring down the battery consumption by nearly 30 percent. To know more about the GPU Turbo you can click here.
Talking about the battery, the Huawei Nova 3 has a 3,750mAh battery, whilst the Nova 3i has 3,340mAh battery. That should be enough for most of the users, considering the power-efficient chipset.
Regardless of the powerful internals, the duo offers an exquisite design both at the back and front. The front looks nearly similar, with both phones’ display nearly sitting at the size of 6.3-inch. And the 19:9 aspect ratio is something we shouldn’t take for granted at this stage. The back’s totally made up of glass with a gradient like finish, that holds a fingerprint scanner, which should be fast as usual.
With all the mouth-watering specs and an appealing design, the Huawei Nova 3 and Nova 3i looks a top-contender for best smartphones, at least on paper. And we are pretty sure that both handsets from Huawei will deliver as promised. We’ll let you know more about the two beauties once they make their way to Nepal.