Huawei nova 8 SE will be issued as a 4G phone
Huawei is having trouble getting parts from overseas, so it has to be creative with the new launches. It looks like Huawei Nova 8 SE is only bound for 4Gre-release from last year. Then is a look at the spec distance, thanks to Lexter WHYLAB.
The original model was powered by Dimensity 720 for the standard model and Dimensity 800U for the premium model. This release will use the Crane 710A rather-it’s the first chipset to be extensively produced on China’s SMIC foundry (the chip is made upon a 14 nm FinFET process). The phone will come with Harmony OS 2 and will be configured with 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage.
Unlike the Nova 8 SE Youth, which debuted before this year, also with Kirin 710A, this model will get an a6.5- inch OLED display (1080p, 20 9). Or at least one OLED display, we are not sure if the panel is the same.
Still, it seems that without the lack of a chipset (and then switch back to the 4G that comes with it), the phone will most probably be the same. It includes a mAh battery on USB-C with a 66W high charge.
The camera setup, too, starts with a 64MP main camera (f/1.9 aperture) and an 8MP Ultra Wide camera, followed by a 2MP macro and a dual camera. Selfie camera taking 16MP sensor (f/2.0). Even though the dimensions of the phone look the same (161.6 x74.8 x7.5 mm), save for a slight bump in weight (178g to 180g).
There’s right now no idea when the reworked Nova 8SA will be launched. Or whether it exists outside of China, supposing it isn’t possible to see how the new Nova 9 just arrived in Europe.