Huawei has introduced new smartphones in its Nova range, including the Nova 9 and Nova 9 Pro. Two good intermediate devices that work under Harmony OS 2..
The latter has a 6.72-inch OLED screen compatible with HDR10 and offers an upgrade rate of 120 Hz. The panel displays 1236 x 2676 pixels and has a 19.5: 9 format. Under the hood of the smartphone, there is the Snapdragon 778 4G, which comes with 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 256GB of storage. The company had difficulty getting 5G modems, especially due to US restrictions, choosing to offer devices up to 4G. A choice that may take into account the decision of some customers. It is unfortunate that the remaining aspects of the merger are looking back to the future. The Nova 9 Pro is compatible with WiFi 6, Bluetooth 5.2, NFC chip and offers a fingerprint reader under the screen.
On the back, there’s a four-fold photo sensor with a 50MPX wide-angle, its lens has an f / 1.9, 8MP ultra-wide-angle (f / 2.2), D ‘depth sensor and a macro module of 2MPx each. On the front, the dual 32 MP.
Autonomous with a 4000 mAh battery compatible with 100W fast charging. According to the Chinese company, a full recharge only takes 20 minutes. This is what Siomi promises 11T Pro And its hypercharging technology.
Well fitted standard version
The basic version holds a very similar technical sheet. We own the 6.57 inch OLED panel in FHD + definition (1080 x 2340 px) and upgraded to 120 Hz. SoC is similar to the amount of RAM and storage. The on-board connection is very rich. The same goes for photo configuration. The only difference is that it has a single 32MPX (f / 2.0) sensor on the front.
The Huawei Nova charges at 66W. On the other hand, a 4300 mAh battery is fitted. So the differences between these two models are very small.
Prices start at 2,699 yuan or about 355 € (excluding taxes) for the Nova 9, and about 460 start at 3,499 yuan or Pro version. Their release is scheduled for September 29 in China, and their availability in Europe is yet to be confirmed.
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