Nova 7i, which is offered in some countries under the name “P40 Lite”, is one of the newest Huawei phones that offers complete and up-to-date features at a reasonable price; Of course, this model, like other new Huawei phones, has fallen victim to Google sanctions.
Huawei unveiled the Nova 7i or P40 Lite at an online event in early March, just as the Corona virus had just begun to spread around the world. This phone is actually the cheapest model of the P40 series, which is a direct replacement for the “P30 Lite” as one of the best mid-range phones on the market. The P30 Lite offered good features and performance at a reasonable price, and the P40 Lite came with the best and most up-to-date features to continue the successful path of the previous model.
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Software and user interface
The Nova 7i display receives an acceptable score in terms of outdoor readability. Also in dark spaces thanks to a brightness of at least 1.1 nits and Eye Comfort feature This phone will also satisfy hardliners. News of support HDR does not increase the brightness in auto mode or the display is always on.
The Nova 7I or P40 Lite experiences a significant upgrade over the previous generation in terms of hardware; Larger display, much more powerful processor, faster storage memory, much better battery life and 40% fast charging capability all make Huawei’s new mid-range all-in-one powerful and cost-effective hardware product; But obviously the prerequisite for interacting with any hardware suite is a powerful software interface; A feature that is not available to Huawei users due to mandatory restrictions imposed by Google.