On June 29, on the next day after the first sale of the Huawei Nova 5 Pro, we got a photo of the first broken unit. As shown in the photo, the back panel is cracked. And though it can be used, we guess no one will do it without repair.
Today, quite a few smartphones have been upgraded from metal to double-sided glass. Although the latter improves the visual effect, it has real disadvantages. Obviously, it’s more fragile. For this reason, smartphone manufacturers have launched a broken screen insurance service. As you guess, Huawei also has such a service. So if previously you have experienced such cases, it is recommended to buy insurance.
As the strongest machine in the Nova series, the camera of the Huawei Nova 5 Pro is a highlight. It is equipped with a 32-megapixel high-definition lens and an aperture of F/2.0. This sensor supports 4-in-1 pixel technology and AI HDR+. The exposure and color reproduction are optimized. At the same time, our protagonist supports multi-frame image synthesis and easily captures the beauty of backlight.
What’s more interesting, the Huawei Nova 5 series supports the portrait super night scene on the front camera. This solves the difficulty of shooting at night. The company has added a high-sensitivity portrait algorithm to achieve a pixel-level reconstruction. The latter makes it easier to record the gorgeous color of the night scene. The face will be captured brighter and clearer. Also, it supports the magic mirror ring fill light.
The Huawei Nova 5 Pro uses a 6.39-inch drop screen with a resolution of 2340 × 1080. Another highlight of this handset is the Kirin 980 processor. The rest of the features include a 48MP main sensor + 16MP super wide angle lens + 2MP macro lens + 2MP depth of field quad-camera and a 3500mAh battery.
In terms of price, the Huawei Nova 5 Pro 8GB+128GB version is priced at 2,999 yuan ($437), the 8GB+256GB version is priced at 3,399 yuan ($495), and the stellar limited gift box version with 8GB+256GB is priced at 3,799 yuan ($553).