Back in the last week, Huawei revealed the highly-anticipated Huawei Nova 7 series featuring 5G technology and the company’s brand new Kirin 985 SoC. Today, the trio of premium handset is available in China as the first official sale kicked off at 10:08 local time. The phone was in the pre-order state since the beginning. Despite the start of sales, some retailers like Vmall are listing the shipping date as “before May 6”. As a result, customers purchasing it will receive it in the next week.
The Huawei Nova 7 series is available through several retailers in China like JD.com and Vmall. The trio of smartphones is available in 8GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB flavors. Worth noting that there still no signal about the global availability of these handsets. If they go Global, we may see Huawei using some of its rebranding skills.
Nova 7 SE 5G
- 8GB / 128GB – CNY 2,400 (~$339 / €312)
- 8GB / 256GB – CNY 2,800 (~$395 / €364
- 8GB / 128GB – CNY 3,000 (~$424 / €390)
- 8GB / 256GB – CNY 3,400 (~$480 / €443)
- 8GB / 128GB – CNY 3,700 (~$522 / €482)
- 8GB / 256GB – CNY 4,100 (~$579 / €534)
None of the Huawei Nova 7 smartphones have Google Mobile Services. Instead, we have Huawei’s Mobile Services powered by the company’s AppGallery. The services portfolio is enough in China, but still represents a massive challenge for the company’s success in Global markets.