Huawei Nova 8

At present, Huawei has announced that it will officially release the new Nova 8 series on December 23, including two models, the Nova 8 and the Nova 8 Pro.

Huawei Nova 8

As the release date approaches, information on the Huawei Nova 8 series has gradually increased.

Today, a Weibo blogger disclosed a real Huawei Nova 8 photo and said that the machine uses a 6.57-inch FHD+ 90Hz OLED curved screen. It has a centered single-hole design, with an aperture of about 4mm.

Earlier, we learned that the Nova 8 will use the Kirin 985 chip, which is the same as the previous generation Nova 7 series.

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The Kirin 985 is Huawei’s third 5G chip, which was officially unveiled in April this year. The chip is a 7nm process technology and uses a 1+3+4 CPU architecture. Its large core is the A76 at 2.58GHz, plus, three A76 mid-range cores at 2.4GHz, and four A55 small cores at 1.84Hz. It also integrates an 8-core Mali-G77 MP8 GPU, a 5G baseband, which supports NSA/SA dual-mode network.

In other aspects, the machine is 7.64mm thick and weighs 169 grams. It adopts a 3D hyperboloid glass body design. The rear four cameras include a 64MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens, a 2MP depth of field lens, and a 2MP macro lens. The front-facing camera has a 32MP resolution. There is also a built-in 3700mAh battery, which supports 66W super-fast charge.

In addition, the Nova 8 provides four colors. Earlier, we learned that the price of the Nova 8 will start at 3,000 yuan ($459) and the Nova 8 Pro will start at 4,000 yuan ($612).

It is worth mentioning that the Huawei Nova 8 Pro adopts a 120Hz ring screen design, which will be the first high-refresh-rate model of Huawei’s Nova series.

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