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Huawei Nova 8i Review: we tell you the good and the bad of the smartphone

Huawei has decided to launch in Peru its latest mid-range device, the Huawei Nova 8i. The terminal comes with a very attractive design, and it also has the Huawei Store application store, but is it a good idea to buy it?

We have tested the terminal for a few weeks and we already have the complete review of the Huawei Nova 8i, the same one that has arrived in midnight blue.

The Huawei Nova 8i has a design very similar to the Huawei Mate 30 Pro, the same one that has won contests since its launch. This device has a rear ring where a round island of cameras is housed. Likewise, your body is made up of a 6.67 screen where we do not find the presence of a notch, but a small hole where the sensor of the camera for selfies and the face unlock is located.

Already moving to its bezels, which are made of aluminum with plastic, we have the classic volume up and down button panel, as well as the on and off button that also works as a fingerprint reader.

The Huawei Nova 8i also comes with a port USB Type-C, the slot to introduce the NanoSIM and MicroSD, in addition to something that has been abandoned by many brands: the 3.5 Jack to connect your headphones and thus enjoy all your music. One detail is that the box also includes the original headphones from the Chinese company.

On the subject of aesthetics, the color that we have had to evaluate is blue and it looks quite beautiful in hand. Its components even prevent it from slipping.

The Huawei Nova 8i has a number of structures that start from 161.85 x 74.7 x 8.58 mm and weigh around 190 gramsAlthough I must say it feels like a feather.

As we mentioned before, the Huawei Nova 8i has a 6.67-inch total screen, the same one that stands out because it leaves almost no bezels on its body, it is tight to the edges. According to data from GSMarena occupies 89.4% in aspect ratio.

In addition, its display has a IPS LCD technology in a 1080 x 2376 pixel resolution, has a series of bright and striking colors, accompanied by a precise image quality; However, despite the fact that it has coherent tones, the Huawei Nova 8i does not have a refresh rate of 120 Hz, now that it is so common, or that of 90 Hz.

Perhaps this factor can be a point against knowing that your competitors already have mid-range devices with this technology.

What about the glitter? The Huawei Nova 8i does not decay or lose composure in the sunlight, because if you find yourself walking at the zenith, the advantage of the device is that it provides you with a fairly intense brightness provided by its 391 ppi.

On the other hand, something that has caught my attention about the Huawei device that, in addition to bringing the famous dark mode, also has an ebook mode in order for everything to become black and white and thus not only take care of your sight, but also save some battery.

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