As Huawei’s launch day, Dec. 23, approaches, specifications about its new smartphones, Huawei nova 8 series including nova 8 and nova 8 Pro, and Huawei Enjoy 20 SE are tipped by smartphone bloggers.
Huawei’s nova 8 series, both the nova 8 and nova 8 Pro, will be equipped with HiSilicon Kirin 985 chipsets, the same as the previous nova 7 and nova 7 Pro models. The nova 8 will sport a 90Hz high-definition OLED curved screen, while the nova 8 Pro will feature a 120Hz ultra-curved ring screen.
The nova 8 will pack a 32MP front camera and a 64MP high-definition quad-camera module on the back, while the nova 8 Pro features a 32MP dual-camera module on the front to support both front and rear dual-system recording. The nova 8 will be 7.64mm thick, while the 8 Pro’s thickness remains unknown. Both models will support 66W super-fast charging.
Another lineup that will also make its first appearance on Dec. 23 is the Huawei Enjoy 20SE, which is relatively lower-end. The Huawei Enjoy 20SE will premiere with the brand new MediaTek Dimensity 700 processor, a 6.67-inch LCD single-hole screen with a high resolution of 2400×1080. The front camera will have a 16MP lens, while the rear quad-camera module will be 48MP+8MP+2MP+2MP. The Enjoy 20SE adopts a side fingerprint recognition solution, featuring a built-in 5000mAh battery, and supports 22.5W fast charging.
Previous rumors claimed that the Huawei nova 8 will be priced at around 3,000 yuan and the nova 8 Pro around 4,000 yuan. The series is reported to go on sale on Dec. 30.
For reference, Huawei’s previous generation of the nova 7 and nova 7 Pro starts at 3,699 yuan and 4,099 yuan, respectively. The old Enjoy 20 starts at 1,499 yuan, so the Huawei Enjoy 20SE could be priced around 1,000 yuan.
Additionally, the company announced in August that it will launch the Huawei Watch Fit in China on Dec. 23 as well. The watch will feature a 1.64″ AMOLED screen, SpO2 sensor, built-in GPS, and a battery that can last up to 10 days.