Huawei nova 8i Performance

Huawei nova 8i Performance – The Huawei nova 8i uses a Snapdragon 662 chip – an eight -core chipset built on 11nm technology. It is further matched with an Adreno 610 GPU. Memory support is 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. The use of the chip is a major topic of debate, especially since it is sold with a price tag of more than RM1000. Many also think that it is quite expensive and not worth it for them. Whereas, most other competitors are able to sell at more pocket -friendly prices. However, if viewed from a positive angle. It offers adequate memory and storage support to accommodate the various needs of most users.

Overall, the user experience is at an average level only. In short, you can’t expect a smooth usage experience on this smart gadget. The reason is, it has a significant time lag problem – both when used to launch or switch apps. Clearly indicates it takes time to open the application. At the same time, the same problem can also be felt when the camera app is accessed. Where, the transition from one mode to another is also quite time consuming. Even so, it is only suitable to be used for daily social media applications such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Telegram, WhatsApp and others like it.

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As I said in the paragraph above, one of the focuses on the Huawei nova 8i is its camera capabilities. Where, the quad-camera system used is equipped with a 64-Megapixel (f/1.9) (main) + 8-Megapixel (f/2.4) (ultra-wide angle) sensor setting with a 120-degree + 2-Megapixel (f/ 2.4) (depth) + 2-Megapixel (f/2.4) (macro). Then, the front camera is 16-Megapixel (f/2.0).

These cameras are all equipped with AI technology. Among the camera modes that are included are various. For example you can find options for aperture mode, night mode, portrait mode, video, Panorama mode, HDR, High-res, Super Macro, stickers and time-lapse. For video, there is the ability to record video at a maximum setting of 1080/30fps using both sides of the camera. No support for stabilization on video.