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HUAWEI launches mid-range nova 8i in South Africa: Here are the highlights

huawei nova 8i south africa price

HUAWEI has added a new addition to its nova smartphone range in South Africa, with the addition of the mid-range nova 8i.

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The nova 8i joins the entry-level nova y60 and premium nova 8.

Launched on 28 September, the nova 8i brings all the style of the nova 8, but at a more affordable price point.

Here are a few of the device’s highlights…

Edgeless display

The HUAWEI nova 8 features a 6.67-inch edgeless display, giving it the appearance of a much more expensive device.

The bezels around the sides of the screen only measure 1.35mm.

Meanwhile, the display itself provides a 2376 x 1080 pixel FHD+ resolution, so you can enjoy crisp visuals on the device.

HUAWEI nova 8i camera

The HUAWEI nova 8i also features a high-resolution quad camera setup for its main camera.

This includes a 64MP main lens, 8MP ultrawide-angle lens, 2MP depth lens, and 2MP macro lens.

This means you don’t have to sacrifice impressive smartphone photography for affordability.

On the front, the phone has a 16MP selfie camera that features HUAWEI’s AI beauty software to make sure every shot is optimized.

Plenty of memory and battery

The nova 8i doesn’t skimp on its RAM, on-board storage, or battery capacity either.

It features 8GB of RAM with 128GB of storage.

It also includes a 4300mAh battery that supports 66W super charging, to make sure that keeping your phone topped up with power is quick and convenient.

HUAWEI nova 8i pre-order and price in South Africa

The smartphone will be available in-store from 1 October for a price of R6 999.

It is available in the Starry Black and Moonlight Silver colours.

Pre-orders for the nova 8i have opened in South Africa. You can purchase now from the HUAWEI Store (Online).

This article is sponsored by HUAWEI.

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