The rise of a new mid-range smartphone competitor: a full review on the impressive Huawei Nova 2i

The rise of a new mid-range smartphone competitor: a full review on the impressive Huawei Nova 2i

  • People who are lovers of technology are always looking out for the next best deal.
  • This is the reason they can't look away from the Huawei Nova 2i smartphone.
  • The Huawei Nova 2i is definitely worth your PHP 15,000.

Filipinos are used to striking a balance between getting their hands on the best technology and also not burning a hole in their wallets. Despite a tight budget, consumers still scrutinize every specification or aspect of a gadget they purchase. This is why the Huawei Nova 2i is a heaven-sent for smartphone lovers who do not want to splurge an insane amount of money.

Like most smartphones, Huawei Nova 2i is a classic, slim beauty that has an all-metal unibody design and a 5.9-inch display. It posses the same features like any other phone: a 3.5mm audio jack, loudspeakers, micro-USB port, noise-cancelling microphone, and even a fingerprint sensor located at the back of the phone.

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The Nova 2i is almost bezel-less and its screen has a 18:9 aspect ratio. Despite the size, owners do not have to worry about poor resolution because the 409ppi display gives the Nova 2i enough pixel density to create beautiful, sharp pictures even if you get up close and personal.

For those who worry about eye strain, the device includes a blue light filter and adjustable color temperature to fit whatever your eyes need. It also runs on Google Android 7.0 Nougat with EMUI 5.1 interface and could run multiple home screens. Mobile gamers will have a heck of a time with this because the phone’s temperature doesn’t skyrocket during those long gaming sessions.

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As for the camera, which is very important for the selfie generation, Huawei Nova 2i is the first phone released by the company to carry a quad-camera setup. Both the front and the back of the phone have two cameras each with various camera modes to help you get the best image you could possibly take.

 

The smartphone also scored a 62,964 in Antutu benchmark (putting its performance between the Zenfone 3 and the Galaxy S3). Overall, the Huawei Nova 2i is definitely a top competitor in the mid-range category of smartphones. Still quite experimental in nature, this phone has more room to grow and develop to be the best investment for smart consumers who want the most bang from their buck.

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What can you say about Huawei Nova 2i’s impressive specifications? Would you consider this smartphone at the top of the mid range tier? Share your thoughts and reactions  in the comments section below!

 

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