The Huawei Nova Y90 smartphone will launch in Malaysia soon. Huawei Malaysia has confirmed the handset’s imminent arrival in the country. Now, a dedicated microsite for the Nova Y90 has gone live on the company’s Malaysian website. To recap, the Huawei Nova Y90 went official last month. Now, the company is prepping to launch the handset in the Malaysian market later this month. So, the handset’s key specifications aren’t a mystery.
The much-awaited Huawei Nova Y90 will launch in Malaysia on July 15, 2022. Further, the device’s price in the country has been announced. The Huawei Nova Y90 price in Malaysia is RM999. Now, the dedicated microsite sheds light on the handset’s specifications. Also, details about the device’s specs have been shared on the official Huawei Facebook page. Huawei has been on a roll despite facing opposition from the United States.
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Now, the company’s CEO Richard Yu believes the US stopped the company from dominating the market by imposing sanctions. Nevertheless, Huawei continues to launch products left, right, and center. Moreover, these products are capable of giving top brands a run for their money. For instance, the Nova Y90 boasts an impressive array of the feature. First off, it sports a mammoth 6.7-inch FullView display with FHD+ resolution. Also, the screen has a punch-hole for the selfie camera.
For optics, the Nova Y90 has a 50MP primary sensor on the back. Moreover, it has two 2MP sensors for macro and depth shooting on the back. Upfront, the phone houses an 8MP shooter for selfies. The rear camera setup has a LED for clearer photos in low-lit areas. A 5,000 mAh battery powers up the system. This cell comes with 40W SuperCharge capabilities. Notably, it takes just 30 minutes for 50 percent charging.
Under the hood, the Nova Y90 packs a Snapdragon 680 chipset. Moreover, this processor pairs with 8GB of RAM. It ships with 128GB of internal storage as well. The handset boots EMUI 12. However, details about the Android version are still scarce. Further, the Y90 does not come with any Google services. It supports Distributed File System via Huawei’s Computer Manager. So, you can connect your phone to a Matebook laptop without a cable.