The Huawei Nova 5 has received 3C certification in China and this version now has two variants, SEA-TL10 and SEA-AL10. This smartphone is bundled with a 40W charger and will be sold in markets other than China. The display is notchless and provides a full-screen display. Nova 5 has a triple camera set up at the back and under-display fingerprint reader.
Specification of Huawei Nova 5
The rear camera will have Sony IMX 586 sensor with 48-megapixel resolution. The front camera will be of 25-megapixel resolution. Nova 5 will be powered by Kirin 980-octa-core chipset. It has a battery capacity of 3900 mAh. This model is likely to have an OLED display. This smartphone has an AI-enabled photography feature that provides scene recognition and has a video recording feature of 480 fps. It has support for dual SIM, Bluetooth, and connectivity of other devices and the internet. It has an audio jack and most of the features that are available in a smartphone. More specifications of the handset are yet to be revealed.
Cost and launch of Huawei Nova 5
This smartphone will hit the markets soon and will be available for an approximate price of $275. It will come in various colors and will be available for purchase from June 12. Buyers can pre-order this phone in China. The case of the smartphone has been leaked online and the cut-outs in its layout suggest where the cameras, headphone, speaker, and charging socket are placed. It is reported that few of the features on Nova 5 series are taken from Huawei P30 Pro handset. A few reports also suggest that the smartphone could be out in the market by July.
It could as well have a Snapdragon chipset
Though Huawei is known to have its own chipset Kirin, there have been reports that it could have a Snapdragon chipset and Android OS. With the 40W battery charger made available, the smartphone could charge completely within 38 minutes. These products will, however, be banned by Google, hence cannot be purchased from anywhere except local markets in China. Google received a directive from the US Government to ban trading with Huawei and hence most of the users online will not have benefit purchasing it from online retailers.
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