Huawei has announced its Nova 9 and its Pro version on the market in China today (September 23rd, 2021). They fall in the premium middle-end category thanks to the Snapdragon 778G-powered processors. They are, however, basically unicorns because they’re 4G/LTE only.
Huawei has launched the second batch of China’s new Snapdragon 778 G-powered phones available today officially. But in contrast to those running the IQOO Z5 and the iQOO Z5, and the iQOO Z5, the Nova 9 and 9 Pro do not have 5G connectivity. They may begin to compensate for this by using their 100W charging technology on the Pro which is rated to charge its 4000mAh battery in as little as twenty minutes.
It’s Nova 9 On the other hand, features the capability of charging 66W for its power pack of 4,300mAh. It has a 6.57-inch display, while the display on the Pro displays 6.72 inches. Both displays come with FHD+ as well as AMOLED however only the premium model comes with a 120Hz refresh rate.
The newly released Novas feature an incredibly large 50MP main sensor as well as an 8MP, ultrawide-angle ultrawide-angle of 100deg as well as two 2MP sensors that are housed in an unusually common back-panel enclosure. The one other major distinction between Nova 9 and the Nova 9 and 9 Pro is that the former sports one camera that can be used for selfies while the latter sports two front-facing cameras, both of which have a resolution of 32 megapixels.
Huawei is decided to sell these new products at a price beginning at 2,699 Yuan (US$418) in exchange for 8GB Nova 9 SKU with 128GB of internal storage. Alternatively, one with twice the storage is priced at 2,999 yuan ($464). In addition, there is a new price for the 8/128GB Nova 9 Pro is now 399 yuan ($542) however, its only alternative is $3,899 yuan ($604). It will be fascinating to see how Huawei performs with its latest HarmonyOS 2.0 devices.