The smallest screen bezels have been seen on the Huawei Nova 11i

The smallest screen bezels have been seen on the Huawei Nova 11i

Huawei only released their Nova 11 series in China a week ago, and now, out of nowhere, they have released the Nova 11i. It has the world’s thinnest screen bezels and has been imported specifically for sale overseas.

The phone’s front design, especially the large display, immediately stands out to us. Its 6.8-inch display creates a 94.5 percent screen-to-body ratio.

The 270 Hz touch sampling rate and 90 Hz refresh rate will make for fluid UI interactions with instant feedback on the next phone.

The top of the phone is drilled out in the middle to accommodate a front-facing camera. In addition, the chin is the only part of the face that isn’t extremely thin (1 mm) from the top, bottom, and sides.

The Nova 11i has 128 GB of built-in storage and 8 GB of RAM. We have no information to suggest whether or not a 256GB variant will be released. In addition, 3 GB of virtual RAM is used to increase the total capacity to 11 GB.

The Huawei Nova 11i has a powerful 40W fast charger that can replenish its massive 5000mAh battery. Let’s go on to discussing the sides and the camera setup.

The sides are flush and have a chic, high-end appearance. There are speakers and the primary microphone on the bottom. Controls for power and volume are located on the right side.

However, the phone’s new gradient and mint color reflect light more effectively when brought into direct contact. The primary camera is 48 megapixels, and there is a secondary lens and camera ring on the back of the phone as well.

The Huawei Nova 11i is available for pre-order in Mexico, but the firm isn’t saying how much it will cost just yet. But it looks like a cheap, below-midrange phone; therefore, it won’t make it past that level. We promise to update you on price information as it becomes available. (source)