Huawei is going supernova with their announcements of 3 new Nova smartphones. While a number of setbacks have been hampering the company down these past few months, that’s not stopping them from releasing these 3 new additions to the Nova line.
The Huawei Nova 5 is the first Huawei smartphone to use the all-new Kirin 810 chipset. It has two Cortex-A76 powerful cores running at 2.27GHz, six efficient Cortex-A55 cores clocked at 1.88GHz and a Mali-G52 MP6 GPU, though the RAM and storage are only available in 8 GB and 128 GB with no other variants. This phone also has an 6.39" OLED screen with Full HD+ resolution and a water drop notch for the 32 MP selfie camera. The back cameras are a 48 MP main shooter, 16 MP wide-angle lens, 2 MP depth sensor, and 2 MP macro camera.
The Nova 5 Pro has all the features of the regular Nova 5, but is instead powered by the flagship Kirin 980 chipset with 8 GB RAM, while storage options of 128 GB or 256 GB. The Nova 5 Pro is also equipped with a 40W Huawei SuperCharge for its 4,000 mAh battery.
The Huawei Nova 5i has a less powerful chipset with the Kirin 710 chipset. It has a fingerprint scanner on the back, next to the four cameras, a 24 MP main, an 8 MP wide-angle, and a 2 MP depth sensor and 2 MP macro lens. There are two RAM and storage options, which are the 6GB and 128GB or 8GB and 128GB.
So far no word on the Nova 5’s release in Malaysia, though they will be releasing in China on June 20th for the Nova 5, and June 28th for the Nova 5i and Nova 5 Pro.