Huawei Nova 3i with Kirin 710 SoC and quad-cameras launched in India

Huawei Nova 3i

Huawei has released its new Nova 3 in India at a flagship price tag of Rs 34,999. And if you’re not looking to invest that much amount, but still want to enjoy the Quad-cameras of the Nova 3. Then, you have a more affordable option in the form of its sibling, the Nova 3i. The Chinese smartphone maker has released a second handset as well with a similar set of cameras as on the Nova 3.

Nova 3i Vs Nova 3: Specs

Talking about the Nova 3i specifications, the primary difference is in terms of the processing power. The 3i packs a new Kirin 710 processor, which is said to be marketed against the Qualcomm Snapdragon 710. Further, it shall offer better performance than the Kirin 659, which is embraced on many recent Honor phones.

Sporting the same screen as on Nova 3, it comes with a 6.3-inch full-HD+ LTPS panel with a pixel density of 409 ppi. There is a 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The company hasn’t shared any details on whether it has an expandable storage or not.

As far as the camera department is confirmed, it indeed comes with the same front camera setup of 24MP + 2MP as seen on the Nova 3. But the rear setup is trimmed down to 16MP + 2MP, as opposed to 16MP + 24MP on the Nova 3. Talking about the software, it runs on the Android Oreo-based EMUI 8.2.

The Nova 3i would be retailing in India for Rs 20,999. Just like its bigger sibling, the Nova 3, it would be available for purchase on Amazon India’s website. The phones will be available for pre-order starting today at 2 PM. And if you do so you can avail inaugural cashback of Rs 1,000. Plus, there is an additional discount of Rs 2,000 as part of an exchange offer.  

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