Huawei formally unveiled the Nova 10 range of smartphones today. The Nova 10 and the Nova 10 Pro are the two models that make up the series. The second was the first smartphone in the world to include a front camera system with two modules that each had sensors with a resolution of 60 and 8 megapixels with auto-focus support. In the first, a very wide-angle lens is used, while in the second, a portrait lens is used. A magnification of up to 5x is offered because of the variance in focal lengths and subsequent software processing.
Unfortunately, the hardware platform is the unimpressive Snapdragon 778G. With 50MP (with RYYB pixel arrangement and a wide-angle lens), 8MP (with an extreme wide-angle lens), and 2MP (for scene depth analysis) sensors, the main camera is also quite conventional.
Huawei Nova 10/10 Pro series officially released with a 60 MP dual front camera
The Huawei Nova 10 Pro comes with a 6.78-inch 120Hz OLED screen, a 4500mAh battery, 100W fast charging capability, Wi-Fi 6E, and NFC connection.
The nova 10 has a slightly smaller screen (6.67 inches) and a single front camera with a 60-megapixel sensor and an ultra-wide lens. Similar to the Nova 10 Pro, the primary camera remains unchanged. The charging speed is 66 watts, and the battery had a 4000 mAh capacity. NFC and Wi-Fi 6E chips are present.
HarmonyOS is running on the new products in China. The Nova 10 is 6.88 mm thick and weighs 168 grams; while the Nova 10 Pro is 7.88 mm thick and weighs 191 grams. Pre-sales in China begin today, and retail sales begin on July 8. The 8/256 GB of the Huawei Nova 10 costs $450 while the 8/128 GB version of the Huawei nova 10 Pro costs $555 and the 8/256 GB costs $600. The smartphones will be available later in the global markets with EMUI 12 based on Android 12. However, we do not know the exact global launch date yet.