Yesterday was one of the high points of the year for Huawei as the company announced its first in-screen camera smartphone – the Huawei Nova 4 with a 25 MP selfie camera. The launching was supported with some neat slides, showing that over 65 million people bought devices from the Nova series since it was first unveiled.
The Nova 4 was first unveiled in October 2016 meaning the series is just two years ago. The Nova series is a mid-range lineup for Huawei which is highly traded in China and other Asia-Pacific markets. It has always relied on being elegant, beginning from the 2016 Huawei Nova with a design inspired by the Nexus 6P. Later, Huawei Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus came in stylish colors like the flagship Huawei P10 – Grass Green, Streamer Gold, Aurora Blue, and so on.
The Nova 2s tested the Mate 10’s technique with a fingerprint scanner and a big screen of about only 4.5mm in diameter on the front while running the flagship Kirin 960 chipset. However, Huawei Nova 3 kept the custom, but the Nova 3+ arrived in Europe as Huawei P Smart and with the lower-powered Kirin 710 chipset.
The latest model is the Nova which is the Chinese giant’s first official device featuring a punch hole for the selfie camera. We’ll have to wait and see the performance of this phone in addition to the 65 million tally. The Nova is well-studded in the design and hardware aspects so, we don’t expect a disappointing performance.