Global launch of Huawei Nova 10 series set for IFA 2022
IFA 2022 will kick off on September 2, and Huawei has confirmed that the Nova 10 series will make its global launch at the event. The company launched this third Nova series launch after receiving a genuine response regarding the Nova 8 and Nova 9 devices.
However, it would be interesting to see if the company will only introduce Nova 9 or Nova 9 with the Pro version. Looking at the promotional image, the company also teased us with the gold ring version, which looks absolutely stunning.
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IF A is one of the largest consumer electronics and product showcase events held annually in Berlin, Germany. Major technology companies attend the event and showcase their latest innovations to consumers.
Huawei Nova 10 series:
Huawei Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro have already been launched in China. Let’s see some interesting specs on these two devices.
Huawei Nova 10 is 6.88mm thick and weighs around 168g. The phone comes with a 6.67-inch with 120Hz refresh rate and 300Hz touch sampling rate along with FHD+ resolution. With similar specs, the Nova 10 Pro comes with a slightly larger display measuring 6.78 inches.
Both of these phones are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778 4G octa-core chipset. The architecture includes CPU cores – Octa-core, 4 × Cortex-A78 @ 2.42 GHz + 4 × Cortex-A55 @ 1.8 GHz and an Adreno 642L GPU.
These phones are a selfie beast as they come with a 60MP front camera, while the Pro version has dual selfie cameras, which include an 8MP close-up portrait camera along with the main sensor.
These devices run HarmonyOS in China, while the global models will come pre-loaded with EMUI 12 software, which has an almost similar interface.
Coming to the battery section, these devices work well with their 4000mAh and 4500mAh batteries on the standard and Pro variants respectively. However, if the Pro model debuts in the global market, it should also come with super-fast 100W charging, similar to China.