Huawei launched new smartphone brand Nova series with mid range Specs. After few successful launches, Huawei unveiled their latest brand. This was launched during IFA held at Berlin earlier this month. The new brand will have two handsets to its account namely Nova and Nova Plus. Both the handsets feature mid-range specifications and targeted on budget segment. Nova resembles the Nexus 6P handsets from Huawei and Nova Plus reminds of the Mate series. Let us have look onto the specifics of both.
Nova is featured by 141.2*69.1*7.1mm dimension and has a weight of 146 grams whereas Nova Plus is featured with 151.8*75.7*7.3mm with a weight of 160 grams. Both support Dual Nano-SIM.
Even though the handsets look alike, the primary difference is visible on its display features. Nova is having a 5-inched display while Nova Plus is featured by 5.5-inched display. Both smartphones are having Full HD display panel with a resolution of 1080*1920 pixels. The screens are Multi-touch enabled and also featured by Emotion 4.1 User Interface. Huawei also promises to have a new technology on Nova and Nova Plus which can distinguish between knuckles and fingertips by analyzing the electric conductivity of skin. With the help of this you are able to control various other functions like launching camera, games and so on.
Both Nova and Nova Plus runs on Qualcomm MSM8953 Snapdragon 625 processor. This Octa Core processor consists of Cortex A53 chipsets clocking at a speed of 2.0GHz. You can enjoy high end games on these new smartphones with the help of Adreno 506 GPU. Users can make use of Android OS v6.0.1 Marshmallow. Huawei also promised that soon they will be providing an update for latest Android v7.0 Nougat. With a RAM of 3GB and Internal Storage of 32GB, Nova and Nova Plus can take up multi-tasks. The storage can be extended upto 256GB with the help of microSD memory card.
Differences also come in the case of camera also. The smaller Nova is having a main snapper with 12MP lens whereas Nova Plus has 16MP main snapper. But both the handsets are having 8MP camera on its front. The main snappers on both handsets are featured by Dual-Tone LED flash with features like Phase Detection, Autofocus and Optical Image Stabilization. Other supported features include Geo-tagging, Face Detection, HDR, Panorama and Touch Focus.
On connectivity side, both Nova and Nova Plus supports WiFi connectivity with 802.11 b/g/n and Bluetooth of v4.1. Nova and Nova Plus are GPS enabled with A-GPS with FM Radio also. Nova and Nova Plus are USB enabled with Type-C 1.0 Reversible Connector. Both smartphones are enhanced with sensors like Fingerprint, Compass, Proximity and Accelerometer.
Nova is powered by Non-removable Li-Po battery with a capacity of 3020 mAh while Nova Plus runs on Non-Removable Li-Po battery with 3340 mAh capacity. Both handsets have Fast Battery Charging techniques which can charge up the battery to full within 1 hour.
Both Nova and Nova Plus are available in Prestige Gold, Titanium Grey and Mystic Silver colours. Both will be launched to European markets during the initial weeks of October. Nova is tagged with $445 and Nova Plus will be available for $479.