After the announcement of the Maimang 6, Huawei now launches its international version: the Huawei Nova 2i that comes with “Infinity Display”. The model appeared in a Malaysian online store(the Vmall) and is the next step in relation to the Huawei Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus.
Speaking of specifications, the terminal comes with the Kirin 659 octa-core, with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The screen follows the market trend and features a ratio of 18: 9 – the so-called “Infinity Display” by Samsung – although nothing is known as to its resolution with small bezels, the front panel features the builder’s logo on the bottom and two (13MP+2MP) top cameras, which will be a great addition for self-lovers.
At the back of the device are also two (16MP+2MP) cameras, from which good results are expected. Just below the cameras is the fingerprint sensor, and its LED flash will be integrated into the antenna line.As for the battery, we are talking about 3340 mAh, something that at this point it is premature to talk about whether it is too little or too much. As for operating system, will run Android 7.0 Nougat, with its EMUI 5.1 over.
This Huawei Nova 2i is also handled at the level of the gestures in order to make the user experience more interactive such as P10 and Nova 2.
For example, drawing an “S” with your finger joint lets you capture a longer print on the screen, like an article from top to bottom. Another option is to tap with a finger twice to take a screenshot and twice with two fingers to start recording the screen automatically.
The Huawei Nova 2i goes out to the market in black, blue and gold and for now, no details about the price have been revealed.This is another terminal for Huawei, one of the many who have already lost their account this year. It seems that Xiaomi has a strong competitor here in the maximum number of smartphones launched per year.