After numerous leaks and rumors, Huawei Nova 4, with hole punch display, has officially launched in China. The new phone will add up to the company’s famous Nova series. The Nova 4 launch is a quick follow up to its predecessor Nova 3, which was launched just a couple of months ago. Nonetheless, the new device is fitted with some interesting tech up its sleeves.
Huawei’s Nova series phone has always come with some up to date looks, and the Nova 4 is no different here with a glossy glass back. However, the premium looking phone is not up to the par in terms of latest internals. It still has the Kirin 970 chipset — also seen on the Nova 3 and the P20 series — instead of the latest Kirin 980 chipset seen on the Mate 20 series.
Getting back to the looks, the Nova 4 is sort of a head turner, thanks to the hole punch display which is first of its kind from the company. The hole highlights a 25MP front-facing camera, whilst the rear has a combo of impressive 48MP+16MP+2MP sensors all working their magic for better image processing. However, there’s also a rather low-profile variant of the device with a 20MP+16+2MP configuration. Regardless of the numbers, both variants will come with usual AI stuffs from Huawei.
The amazing display measures at 6.4-inches as opposed to its predecessor’s 6.3-inch one, while the RAM is 8GB and the storage is 128GB. The battery, on the other hand, is what you also would get on the Nova 3 — 3,750mAh. The phone runs on the latest Android 9.0 Pie.
The Huawei Nova 4 will go on sale for 3,399 yuan ($490), while the 20MP camera variant will carry a price tag of 3,099 yuan ($450). As for Nepal, taking recent Huawei launches in mind, users might get to see the Nova 4 rather sooner than later.
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