Huawei has made an announcement that it will unveil new Nova series phone on September 2.

This announcement was made on Chinese social media site Weibo. The company said that it will launch  next-generation Nova 9 series on September 23.

Hee Gong, President of Huawei’s Terminal mobile phone product line, said on the social media site that the Nova 9 series phones will have new and attractive colors.

The phones in this Nova 9 series will be powered by  Huawei’s HarmonyOS operating system.

Hee Gong said that the Nova 9 had been under development for a year.

According to Huawei, the device has been developed with young people in mind.

Huawei Nova series phones have a unique design, such as the Nova 7 was given a unique color 7 design that changes color in the light.

News reports say that the smartphone has been certified by 3C and TENAA. According to the leaked reports, the smartphone will have an OLED display with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Huawei plans to use Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC in the phone. It will only support 4G LTE connectivity.

The Nova 8 series has been given the Color 8 feature and the Nova series will also be equipped with the Color 9 feature.

Hee Gong believes that the HarmonyOS Nova 9 series will be popular with the people, while he also promised to improve the camera setup.

Not much is known about the phone, but the design of the camera setup on the back is similar to the P50’s dual circle design. It will feature a quad-camera setup on the back.

Due to US sanctions, it is more likely that Nova 9 series phones will be limited to China, while a processor with 5G support may be part of the device.



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