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Huawei Nova 5T Smartphone Review
Huawei Nova 5T Smartphone Review
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Huawei Nova 5T Smartphone Review

ePhotoZine did a review on the Huawei Nova 5T smartphone.  This one because it was made before the ban, still has Google Play services, unlike the newer Huawei smartphones.

The Nova 5T is powered by Octa core (2.6 GHz, Dual core, Cortex A76 + 1.92 GHz, Dual core, Cortex A76 + 1.8 GHz, Quad core, Cortex A55) processor. It runs on the HiSilicon Kirin 980 Chipset. It has 8 GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage. It also has a 32 MP front camera, with the rear cameras being 48 MP normal, 16 MP ultra wide angle lens, and a 2MP macro lens. It also has a 2 MP lens to assist with bokeh.


  • Good suite of photo modes
  • Pro mode gives full manual controls
  • Snappy in use
  • Night mode produces great images


  • Images are soft close-up
  • Struggles to focus close-up
  • No OIS

ePhotoZine gave it a 4 out of 5 stars and concluded;

he Huawei Nova 5T offers a quad-camera setup, which at first glance may seem to make it excellent value for money considering the price. The phone is snappy in use and responds very quickly, however, the quality of the standard photo shots leave something to be desired - most of the images are very soft when you view them in detail, and the phone struggled to focus on the subject of the photo on a few occasions. 

Colours are generally good and there is a good suite of photo modes available, including slow-motion video, light painting and time-lapse. Having a dedicated macro camera is a nice touch, however, you'll struggle to get it to focus on your subject at the optimal distance of 4cm away. The phone screen is bright and punchy, giving a pleasing viewing experience.

Read the full review here

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