While competitors are seizing the moment and dividing the share of Huawei, the company itself is trying to continue to produce smartphones, and also threatens to regain its lost positions. After it once again showed everyone what the world’s best camera phones can do with the flagship Huawei P50 Pro, it plans to introduce new devices in the middle segment.
Earlier, a rumor circulated on the network that the premiere of the Huawei Nova 9 series will take place in September, which, due to existing sanctions, will not be able to offer support for fifth-generation networks.
According to the Chinese 3C certification center, at least two models will be released as part of the Huawei Nova 9 series, where the base one will offer fast charging at 66 W, and in the top one, it will increase to 100 W. The disadvantage of the “slow” charging power in Huawei Nova 9 is compensated by a battery with a larger capacity – 4500 mAh. Whereas Huawei Nova 9 Pro will install a 4000 mAh battery.
In terms of design, the new items will almost completely repeat the features of the Nova 8 family; offering a massive oval-shaped main camera unit, inside which the main module will be outlined. This is all that we know about the Huawei Nova 9 series. But knowing the quickness of insiders, they will declassify more details about the new products even before their announcement.
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Huawei is building an ecosystem based on HarmonyOS
There is still a long way to a full-fledged fleet of devices based on the new Huawei HarmonyOS operating system. So far we have received only a smart screen, smartphones, tablets and watches. But there are already serious hints of a very nice ecosystem; with interesting scenarios for the interaction of devices within it.
At the moment, HarmonyOS is still mostly promises and perspectives. A full-fledged smart home in which everything connects to each other; an extensive fleet of a wide variety of equipment; which is “friendly” at the touch of a button, and so on. But some things are already working today.
Almost every company that is engaged in the production of not only the same type of devices necessarily at some point starts talking about the “ecosystem”; and not having in mind the special environmental friendliness of their products, but their interconnection. As a rule, however, everything ends at the level “we have tablets, smartphones and watches; they are all on Android and can somehow connect through proprietary or third-party applications”. But some go further and really build connected systems in which gadgets of different types not only coexist; but complement each other.