The Nova 9 line will make its debut in 2021 and be unveiled on September 23rd at CES. The new products will be made from what the company has on hand and what it is capable of achieving during this trying time for the company. And I must say that the Huawei Nova 9 devices will not have any flaws in terms of technical characteristics. Before the announcement, a video of smartphones was made available on the internet, so we already know all about them.
Design-wise, the new products will clearly show continuity with the Huawei Nova 8, and many will also see the features of the Honor 50.
HUAWEI NOVA 9 SERIES: SPECIFICATIONS AND A HANDS-ON VIDEO
The Huawei Nova 9 will have a 6.57-inch curved OLED display with FullHD + resolution and a refresh rate of 120 Hz, as well as a Snapdragon 778G chipset without 5G support, 8GB of RAM, and either 128GB or 256GB of storage. 4300 mAh of battery power is packed into a 16073.77.77 mm case that weighs 175 grams.
The Nova 9 has a 32-megapixel front camera with an aperture of f/2.0 and a four-module rear camera system with a main RYYB sensor of 50 megapixels and an aperture of f/1.7. An ultra-wide-angle 8-megapixel sensor with an aperture of f/2.2 and a pair of 2-megapixel sensors for macro photography and depth analysis round out the camera’s array of sensors.
Huawei Nova 9 Series
The Huawei Nova 9 will be powered by HarmonyOS 2.0.1 and feature fast 66-watt charging. It will be available in four colors, with the most eye-catching being a gradient that reflects nine different shades of blue.
In terms of hardware platform, memory, and cameras, the Huawei Nova 9 Pro is virtually identical to the standard model. With a 6,72-inch screen, the same panel type, resolution, and refresh rate will be used. Although the battery capacity is only 4000 mAh, the fast charging power is now 100 W. The device will have a weight of 186 grams and a size of 163.474.47.97 mm. The new version of Harmony OS, 2.0.1, will be available as downloadable software.
It’s worth noting that Phonearena recently conducted a survey to determine how many users are willing to return to Huawei smartphones if Google services are returned to them. The resource offered the opportunity to forget for a moment about Huawei’s issues, and imagine that sanctions have been lifted, and Huawei smartphones now offer all of the GSM Android benefits. Nearly 70% of respondents said they’d be happy to buy a Huawei device if it had access to Google’s apps and services.