Posted on: November 21, 2019 Posted by: admin Comments: 32

Huawei Nova 5T unboxing and key features



ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW about the Nova 5T’s top features at a glance! We also do a quick unboxing so we don’t miss any details that make this phone special.

▶ To learn more, read our detailed text account of our first meeting with the phone over at GSMArena.com

▶ To learn more, here are the specs of the phone

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▶ If you want to know more about our host Angie, check her out on instagram @ang_is_charged

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  1. >No headphone jack
    >Only 3750mah battery
    >Not S-AMOLED display
    I'd rather buy Samsung A50s for the same price but with 4000mah, has headphone jack and S-AMOLED even tho its slower in speed.

  2. In most Gsmarena reviews, when Angie reviews it, most of the comments talks about angie rather than the what is being reviewed.

    By the way, huawei nova 5T launched months ago or is that just what i thought?

  3. Huawei the number 1 phone brand in the world. Better than iPhone, probably better than Samsung America banned them. Just look at the Huawei mate 30 pro. Gorgeous handset only available in China.

  4. I'm using it right now. In terms of camera it's great with Sony imx 586 and it's better than Xiaomi's Mi9tpro especially in low light even if they have the same camera sensor. I don't know what Huawei did there maybe they have used different lenses. But if you are looking for better overall specs and you're heavy user go for Mi9tpro because it has higher battery capacity and equipped with SD855+. Although Mi9tpro has that flagship killer specs, I decided to purchase Nova 5T because it's not a pop up camera, sleek and smaller design, Kirin 980 chipset (7nm), better camera, accessible customer service support centers (they are everywhere here in the Philippines) and lastly I hate amoled. In my opinion, yes amoled is really good at battery consumption and better user experience in terms of display. But for me amoled is good only from the outside, on what you see and of course amoled maintenance is too expensive if it broke. IPS LCD consumes more on battery but the gap of there battery consumption is not that relevant because they are almost the same in maybe 1-2 hours depending in the capacity. Peace out ✌️ just my opinion.

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