Huawei launches the Nova 3i

HUAWEI launches the HUAWEI nova 3i, the third-generation of HUAWEI nova range. Equipped with 24MP cameras, the nova 3i creates a quad-camera powerhouse that revolutionizes the world of AI photography, while featuring a fashionable design that mimics its predecessor, the nova 2i.

The look and feel of HUAWEI nova 3i are the distillation of the designers’ relentless pursuit of perfection. HUAWEI nova 3i features double curved 3D glass on both the front and back of the device, and underneath the front glass is the 6.3-inch (2340×1080) FullView Display. These specs enable the display to push out bigger and sharper images than its predecessor while looking more slender and elongated.

The new notched Full HD+ panel has a 19.5:9 aspect ratio, giving the device a more streamline look compared with its 18:9 counterparts. In addition, the precise engineering techniques employed by HUAWEI ensure that the four corners of the screen are curved identically, so that the screen connects with the mid-frame seamlessly and in an aesthetically pleasing manner.

The nova 3i is available in a special gradient color, Iris Purple, in which the purple slowly transitions to a shade of blue, as if it is a living, breathing piece of art as well as in black.

The nova 3i also allows its users to explore new possibilities through the lenses of its four AI cameras.The AI selfie feature not only captures a subject’s face with clarity, but it also comes with the most intuitive photography experience. HUAWEI nova 3i are equipped with dual front-facing cameras with a 24MP primary sensor and a 2MP sensor. The former is designed to capture details with its f/2.0 wide aperture lens, whereas the 2MP secondary sensor captures depth data with dedicated depth detection hardware. Working in synergy, the dual cameras produces stunning, authentic bokeh effects.

When taking  a selfie, the HUAWEI nova 3i can recognize over 200 scenarios across eight categories, including Blue Sky, Plant and Beach, and apply a unique set of optimizations for each scene, while beautifying the subject.

The hardware on HUAWEI nova 3i enables it to support real-time HDR footage preview and recording. The third-generation nova devices also support five studio-quality lighting, namely soft lighting, butterfly lighting, stage lighting, split lighting and classic lighting. The nova 3i can accurately map the five facial features of its subject and develop a 3D model, to then identify areas that require additional lighting or beautification.

The rear camera features a 16MP primary sensor and a 2MP secondary sensor. Combined, they allow the device to not just capture crisp images, but also provide greater control over the photos. The former captures vivid images and videos, while the latter records depth data to create a professional bokeh effect, resulting in more natural-looking images.

For the gaming-loving troop, HUAWEI nova 3i carries the Kirin 710 with 4GB RAM, whih can support up to 128GB internal storage, allowing users to store any data with peace of mind. The latest EMUI 8.2 features enhancements that can greatly improve the quality of life of its users.

The HUAWEI nova 3i is available in Malaysia at RM1,249. Customers will receive a HUAWEI Bluetooth Earpiece (while the stock lasts), as well as other co-branding offers total worth up to RM1,000 for every purchase of HUAWEI nova 3i, while stocks last.

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