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Huawei's quad-lensed Nova 2i comes to NZ

Huawei New Zealand introduced the Huawei Nova 2i, a new smartphone that aims to deliver a combination of performance and power, and features a Huawei first, front and back dual-lens cameras. 

The Huawei Nova 2i is designed to keep up with every selfie, every image and every social network that matters to today’s consumers with a new immersive Huawei FullView display. 

The Huawei Nova 2i is available now from select retailers nationwide.

Gavin Cheng, Huawei NZ general manager says, “Through significant research and development, we know what’s essential to today’s consumers, so we have created a new device that packs powerful features to keep up.

“Designed to help users engage with everyone, wherever they are in the world, the Huawei Nova 2i sets a new standard in innovation with its incredible performance, stylish design and advanced camera features.”

Like the celebrated Huawei P10, the beautifully designed Huawei Nova 2i supposedly brings to life advanced new ways to capture, share and experience the world which aims to demonstrate Huawei’s commitment to crafting the highest quality devices.

The device features new Huawei FullView display technology and delivers a high-quality 5.9-inch screen. 

With 83% screen-to-body ratio and 18:9 aspect, users get a widescreen viewing experience for crisper, clearer and brighter images.

As well as this the devices continues and extends this level of camera quality, as the brand’s first smartphone to offer front and back dual-lens cameras that aim to deliver an exceptional photography experience, whatever the subject and setting. 

The front-facing 13MP/2MP selfie camera supposedly takes portrait photography to the next level featuring a new Selfie Toning Flash, which gives users studio quality lighting for more vibrant, beautiful images. 

The rear-facing camera combines a 16MP lens and a 2MP lens.

Both dual-lens cameras feature hardware-level bokeh for cleaner, more artistic photos and improved performance in low-light situations.

The device is powered by an 8-core Kirin 659 chipset,  with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of ROM, meaning it’s capable of multitasking several applications while streaming content. 

The UX is deeply integrated with Huawei’s Android-7 based EMUI to provide a seamless experience by utilising machine learning to optimise performance based on user behaviour.

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