Huawei had recently introduced the Nova 8 smartphone with 5G support.
Now the Chinese company has introduced the Nova 8SE 4G version which is not much different.
The difference between the two is the processor and the Nova 8SE uses the company’s own Kirin 710A chipset.
Kirin 710A is an 8 core chipset. It was launched in June 24, 2020. It has been used by Samsung too. It has 4 performance cores running at 2GHz and 4 power saving cores. The chipset offers decent processing power.
The Nova 8SE 5G has MediaTek’s Dimensity 720 or 800U processor that provides 5G support.
The new phone comes with a 6.5-inch OLED display with Full HD Plus resolution. It feature 402ppi density.
The fingerprint sensor is mounted inside the screen, while the Water Drop Notch features a 16-megapixel camera.
There is a setup of 4 cameras on the back of the phone.
This setup has a 64-megapixel main camera with 8-megapixel UltraWide, 2-megapixel macro and 2-megapixel depth sensor cameras.
As far as the battery is concerned, it is 3800 mAh with 66 watt fast charging support.
And yes, due to US sanctions, this phone is also deprived of Google Play Store and other services. Despite this it a good smartphone for those people who require a smartphone to carry out day to operations.
Similarly, instead of Android, the company has used its own Harmony OS2 operating system.
The phone will be available in 8GB RAM and 128GB storage and is the first to be offered for sale in China.
It is priced at 2,099 yuan (about 58,000 Pakistani rupees) and it is not yet possible to say anything about its availability outside of China