Chinese smartphone maker Huawei announced two new smartphones in the IFA 2016 conference held in Germany. Targeting the mid-range users, the company has released the new Huawei Nova and Nova Plus smartphones. The phones don’t have any notable stand out features. Both the handsets have been crafted in aluminum and offer a wide range of colors.
Both the handsets Nova and Nova Plus are powered by a Snapdragon 625 chipset coupled with 3GB RAM. Both the devices provided with a 32GB internal storage and are expandable via microSD up to 128GB. The phones supported dual-SIMs (Nano and Micro) and sported with a fingerprint reader and revised USB type-C port.
On camera font, A 12 MP primary camera and 8 MP front camera is provided for Huawei Nova. And for Nova Plus, front camera packs a 16Megapixels with optical image stabilization and rear camera sports a six-piece aspherical lens
Nova smartphone featuring a 5 inch display with 443 PPI which is said to be 35% higher than iPhone 6S. It also equipped with a 1.8mm bezel which is greatly narrower than Samsung Galaxy 7 and iPhone 6s. Nova Plus didn’t step back either and ships with a large FHD 5.5” screen.
Both the devices runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow, ships a 3340mAh battery which gives a 4G internet usage up to 16 hours and standby up to 48 hours. The color range for these mobiles consists of Mystic Silver, Titanium Gray, and Prestige Gold. Another colour rose gold is also available in selected territories.
It is observed that some similarities between Huawei Nova and latest Moto G4. In some cases, Nova looks more premium and so is the price. The device may roll out its commercial launch in October pricing about $445 for Nova and $480 for Nova Plus. The company is planning to launch these mobiles in 50 other territories along with China which includes Germany, France, Canada, and Spain.