Huawei will introduce HarmonyOS based Nova 10 series smartphones in early

Huawei will introduce HarmonyOS-based Nova 10 series smartphones in early July

Chinese telecom giant Huawei has released an official teaser stating that the presentation of Nova 10 family smartphones is scheduled for July 4th.

    Image source: Gizmochina

Image source: Gizmochina

The series will feature at least two models – the basic Nova 10 and the more powerful Nova 10 Pro. Judging by the released teaser, the devices will use the proprietary operating system HarmonyOS. Renders of the older of the two devices were released the day before. Now there are additional pictures confirming the design and design features of the smartphone.

For Nova 10 Pro there is a display that can be folded onto the sides of the case. In the top left corner of the screen is an elongated hole for a dual selfie camera. The panel size is said to be 6.7 inches diagonally, the refresh rate is 120 Hz. The triple rear camera will be equipped with a 50-megapixel main sensor.

Meanwhile, the Nova 10 Pro model was noted in the GeekBench benchmark with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G processor. The chip packs eight Kryo 670 cores clocked up to 2.4GHz and an Adreno 642L graphics accelerator. The tested device was equipped with 8 GB of RAM. Support for 100 watt fast charging is mentioned.

The characteristics of the basic version of Nova 10 have not yet been announced.


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