After the Mate40 series was introduced in late October, Huawei has recently introduced a new mid-range smartphone, the Nova 8 SE, the successor to the newly launched Nova 7 SE. launched in April this year. Nova 8 SE will be sold with 2 CPU options, upgrade the screen from LCD to OLED and have a 64MP camera cluster on the back.
Huawei Nova 8 SE includes two versions: Nova 8 SE Standard Edition, equipped with MediaTek Dimensity 720 chip that supports 5G + 4G connectivity and Nova 8 SE High Edition, MediaTek Dimensity 800U chip that supports 5G + connectivity 5G.
The design of the Nova 8 SE is quite similar to the design of the Nova 7i launched at the beginning of the year with the main camera cluster on the back arranged in a square module in the left corner. The back of the device is finished from glossy plastic material with concentric motifs from the camera. In terms of specs, the main camera of the Nova 8 SE includes a 64MP f / 1.9 wide-angle camera, an 8MP f / 2.4 super wide-angle camera, a 2MP f / 2.4 macro camera and a 2MP f / 2.4 depth -imeter camera.
On the front, the Nova 8 SE is equipped with a 6.53 inch screen, a 20: 9 ratio, uses an OLED panel and has Full HD + resolution, built-in optical fingerprint sensor. This screen uses an old “water drop” design with a 16MP selfie camera.
In terms of configuration, as mentioned above, Nova 8 SE has 2 CPU versions that support 2 5G sims or 1 4G sim and 1 5G sim simultaneously. It has 8GB of RAM and 128GB UFS 2.1 storage. The battery of the device has a capacity of 3800mAh, with support for 66W fast charging similar to the Mate40-series. The device runs on Android 10 with EMUI 10.1 interface, does not come with Google services.
In terms of price, the Huawei Nova 8 SE will be sold in the Chinese market for 2599 yuan, equivalent to 9 million VND for the version running the Dimensity 720 chip, while the Dimensity 800U chip with support for 2 5G sims will 2699 yuan more expensive, equivalent to 9.4 million.