Back in September, Chinese Tech Firm Huawei unveiled there two mid-ranged smartphones at IFA 2016. The smartphones were named as the Huawei Nova and Huawei Nova Plus. Now, out of both the phones, company has launched the Huawei Nova smartphone that comes in two variants, a regular one with 3 GB RAM and a new variant with 4 GB RAM.
As per the sources, the 4GB RAM variant has launched in the Chinese market. Apart from the upgraded RAM, the smartphone also offers LTE-A carrier support for compatible carriers, with support for a peak download speed of 300Mbps. Color options include Bright Moon White and Champagne Gold (with black front panel) for the 3 GB variant, and Rose Gold and Champagne Gold (with both black and white front panels) for the 4 GB model.
The Huawei Nova comes with an all aluminium uni-body that features a 5-inch full HD (1080p) IPS LCD display and is powered by 2 GHz octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC that comes with 3/4 GB RAM and 32 GB expandable storage (up to 128 GB via micro-SD card). The device features a 12 mega-pixel rear camera with f/2.2 aperture, OIS (optical image stabilization) and an 8 mega-pixel front camera with f/2.0 aperture.
The smartphone features fingerprint scanner at the back, Type-C USB port for charging/ data transfer, hybrid dual-SIM support and runs on Emotion UI (EMUI) based on Android 6.0 Marshmallow OS. The smartphone is backed with a 3,020 mAh battery. The 3 GB RAM variant carries a price tag of CNY 2,099 (approx US $310). The 4 GB RAM model, on the other hand costs CNY 2,399 (approx $355).
Just to recall, the Huawei Nova Plus is the bigger sibling of Huawei Nova that too features an all aluminium uni-body and comes with a 5.5-inch full-HD (1080p) IPS LCD display. The device features a 16 mega-pixel primary camera with PDAF (phase detection auto-focus) and is backed with a 3,320 mAh battery. Rest of the specifications of the Huawei Nova Plus is same as that of Huawei Nova.