Huawei laucnhes Nova duo officially, starts at $310

The Huawei Nova, which was unveiled alongside the Nova Plus at this year's IFA conference in Berlin, has been officially launched yesterday in China. With its new Nova series, Huawei looks to bring style and refinement to mid-rangers, crafting a pair of handsets designed to evoke the same sort of jealous looks owners of lesser devices feel when gazing upon Apple or Samsung's latest hero phones.

1st on the list, the Nova, a 5-inch device with a Full HD screen, Snapdragon 625 processor, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and a 12-megapixel camera with larger-than-average pixels. It’s encased in an aluminum unibody shell and bears more than a passing resemblance to the Nexus 6P that Huawei built for Google. The Nova’s rear-mounted fingerprint reader is, according to its maker, the fastest in the world, requiring only 0.3 seconds to identify a user.

Huawei Nva Plus review

2nd on the list is a 5.5-inch Nova Plus, which has a different design and a couple of spec bumps, but is otherwise a direct match for the smaller sibling. The Nova Plus boasts a 16-megapixel camera (greater resolution, but smaller pixels: 1.12μm vs the Nova’s 1.25μm) and a 3,340mAh battery as its distinguishing features. It has the same Full HD resolution as the Nova.

As for pricing, the 3GB RAM variant carries a tag of RMB 2,099, which interprets into round $310 currently. The 4GB RAM version, prices RMB 2,399, or round $355. Colour choices embrace Vibrant Moon White and Champagne Gold (with black entrance panel) for the 3GB variant, and Rose Gold and Champagne Gold (with each black and white entrance panels) for the 4GB model.

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