Huawei officially announced the new generation of Nova 5 and Nova 5 Pro phones to be the company’s new middle and upper middle class phones.
The announcement of the phones also saw the announcement of the company’s new processor for the medium class Kirin 810 to replace the current processor Kirin 710, which was used in the phones of that category during the past year. The new processor is an eight-core processor manufactured at a precision of 7 nm and is divided into two nuclei of Cortex-A76 with a frequency of 2.27 GHz as well as 6 other Cortex-A55 nuclei with a frequency of 1.88 GHz. Huawei also provided the processor with the Mali-G52 graphic card, but the highlight of the new processor is the NPU chip to handle processes related to artificial intelligence and functions.
On the new phones, both are 6.39-inch screen with a resolution of 2340 × 1080 pixels in new dimensions 19.5: 9 with a density of 403 pixels per inch. Unlike Nova Nova 4 with a hole in the screen, the Nova 5 comes with a Waterdrop notch with a 32-megapixel front camera.
Huawei will support a new quad-core camera with a 48-megapixel camera and a 16-megapixel Ultra Wide, plus two 2-megapixel cameras for isolation and a macro.
For the battery, the phone will have a 4200 mA battery and a 40-watt charger capable of charging 50% of the battery capacity in 15 minutes and 85% in half an hour.
The difference between Nova 5 and Nova 5 Pro will be limited to the first 8 Kirin 910 processor and the second with the Kirin 980 processor. Nova 5 will be available with a single 8GB / 128GB version at 2,799 yuan ($ 407) while Nova 5 Pro The first 8GB will be available at 2,999 yuan ($ 436) and the second 8 GB / 256GB at 3,399 yuan ($ 494). Unfortunately Huawei has not announced whether the new phones will be available outside China during the current period.