Meet Nova, a new international brand from the largest Chinese manufacturer • HWzone

Meet Nova, a new international brand from the largest Chinese manufacturer

Huawei continues its attempts to capture Western markets

Get updates from everyone in TelgramGet updates from us all at TelgramJoin the channel now

Huawei already has some internationally-acclaimed flagship devices and the Honor sub-brand, which has also gained significant popularity with some particularly lucrative models, but it's not the third largest manufacturer in the smartphone market - and is now unveiling a new Western brand called Nova, via a pair Up to date.

The basic Nova will feature a relatively compact 5-sized IPS screen with 1080p resolution, Snapdragon 625 xNUMXGHz octagonal cores with 2 nm process, 14GB RAM, built-in 3GB storage with microSD card slot for further expansion, system Marshmallows with Emotion UI 4.1 interface, built-in fingerprint scanner, Sony's main megapixel 12 camera with relatively large 1.25 micron pixels and phase-detection auto-focus, Sony's megapixel secondary camera - and connector Type-C that provides fast-charging support for the 3,020mAh battery.

The Nova
The Nova

The enlarged Nova Plus contains the same Processing, the same memory- And the same storage space - but magnifies the screen to an 5.5 inch IPS at 1080p resolution, replacing the main camera with the 16 megapixel camera of Which also includes an optical stabilization system and increases the battery to an 3,340mAh capacity that will probably be offset fairly evenly with the larger screen that naturally requires more energy to operate. All this at a rather moderate price.

Nova Plus
Nova Plus. Both models support photography In 4K

In terms of appearance, both smartphones feature a full but different metallic casing - and while the Nova looks like a small Nexus 6P successful brother with a rounded body in the corners and a black bar at the top, the Nova Plus is actually the international version of The intriguing Maimang 5 Which we told you last month.

Another success of Huawei, or there is a limit to any trick? Source:
Another success of , Or is there a limit to every prank?

Like some other recent Huawei smartphones, the Nova pair seems to have one major drawback - the price. 400 Euros for the standard model and 430 Euros for the Plus model in Europe (both include tax) are high prices, which puts it in direct competition against a number of models with Snapdragon 820 chips and a larger amount of internal storage and RAM - and even a head-to-head battle In front of the corresponding brand 8 Honor, Which offers for them 400 Euro More powerful processing, 4GB 's Dynamic and a dual-camera array is a bit more unique.

So far A succession of successes has been impressive with almost every step it has taken - will the Nova be part of this chain as well? We are not really convinced, but we will continue to monitor and update you.


תגובה אחת

  1. The price is expensive, it is better to buy already OP3 or if you want Huawei anyway then take the Honor 8

Leave a Reply

Back to top button