Huawei today officially launched the nova10 series of smartphones. The line traditionally has two models: the nova10 Pro and the nova10. The second model was the first smartphone to feature a front camera system. It has two sensors, one with 60 megapixel resolution and one with 8 megapixels. Each module also features autofocus. The first uses an ultrawide-angle lens while the second uses a portrait one. A zoom of up to five times is possible due to differences in focal lengths, and subsequent software processing.
Unfortunately, the hardware platform is the Snapdragon 778G. The main camera uses 50MP (with RYYB pixels layout and wide-angle lenses), 8MP (ultra-wide-angle lens), and 2MP (for scene-depth analysis) sensors.
Huawei nova 10 Pro has a 6.78 inch 120Hz OLED screen, a 4500mAh lithium battery and supports 100W fast charging (full charges in 20 minutes), Wi Fi 6E and NFC connectivity.
The screen on the nova 10 is smaller at 6.67 inches. The front camera is single with a 60-megapixel sensor. The main camera works the same way as the nova 10 Pro. The battery had a capacity of 4000 mAh and the maximum charge speed was 66 W. Wi-Fi 6E is available, as well as NFC chips.
HarmonyOS is constantly updating with new items. The nova 10 weighs 6.88mm and 168g, while the nova Pro weighs 7.88mm and 191g. Today is the beginning of pre-sales in China. Retail will begin July 8. These prices look like this
Huawei nova 10 8/128 GB – $405, 8/256 GB – $450;
Huawei nova 10 Pro 8/128 GB – $555, 8/256 GB – $600.