A mid-range proposed in two versions for China.

Huawei is one of those Chinese firms that have carved a piece of the cake in a smartphone market dominated by Apple and Samsung. But Huawei is also targeting the mid-range – in addition to doing so through its subsidiary Honor. This is for example the case today with a brand new model: the Nova 3i. A phone that comes in two versions embody technical characteristics rather enticing. What to get a smartphone from the Chinese firm without necessarily typing in the top if you do not want (or can not afford to spend several hundred euros).

A Nova 3i declined in two models

The Nova 3i features a 6.3-inch IPS display with Full HD + 1080 x 2280 pixel resolution and a 19: 9 aspect ratio. Processor level, we find Huawei’s SoC house, the Kiri 710, all boosted to artificial intelligence. RAM level, we find according to models 4 GB or 6 GB. The battery has a capacity of 3340 mAh.

On the camera side, there is a dual sensor with 16 + 2 megapixels for the front (a rare thing for smartphones) and rear 24 + 2 megapixels. Suffice to say that with this mid-range, photographic quality will be at the rendezvous for the price.

Unfortunately, the Nova 3i has been announced only for China: it will be necessary to go through the import to hope to get your hands on this phone features enticing. Rate level, once the conversion is done, the version 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of storage costs 250 euros. For 6 GB and 64 GB, it will take 276 euros. Note that the month of August will reserve a third declension with 6 GB of RAL and 128 GB of storage. Fortunately, the internal memory remains expandable via microSD.