The HUAWEI Nova 8 series will be coming in December while the long awaited Mate 40 Series is finally launching this October?
Aside from the HUAWEI’s flagship P series, the Nova series is one of the tech giant’s popular mid-range smartphones. A few weeks ago, HUAWEI was rumored to be installing OLED panels with 120Hz refresh rate in their future midrange smartphones. Today, we got a leak on the new HUAWEI Nova 8 series which will be coming in real soon.
According to Rudhra Nandu, the HUAWEI Nova 8 Pro will come with a 120Hz refresh rate panel with a Dimensity 1000+ chipset that supports a 5G network whereas the little brother Nova 8 will be having a 90Hz display and equipped with the DImensity 820 chipset. Both of these phones are expected to be announced in December this year.
Exclusive: Huawei's Nova8 series will be launching in December in China#HuaweiNova8 specs:— Rudhra Nandu (@rudhranandu) September 23, 2020
-starts at 3299#HuaweiNova8Pro specs:
-Dimensity 1000 Plus
-starts at 3999 pic.twitter.com/88X3eepVkR
Besides the Nova series, HUAWEI’s Mate 40 is finally launching in mid-October globally. According to the leakster, the HUAWEI Mate 40 series will come in with four variants, the HUAWEI Mate 40, Mate Pro, Mate 40 Pro+, and the Mate 40 RS Porche. As for the design, the HUAWEI Mate 40 series will still stick to the dual front punch-hole display but with physical volume buttons on the side this time.
Although there’s now a physical button on the sides, the virtual buttons are still available for users to choose based on their own preferences. As for the cameras, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ “Super Cup” will sport a new Leica quad-camera setup with a 50MP main camera, an upgraded 5x optical zoom, and up to 55x digital zoom periscope lens, and a new movie cine lens as well.
With that said, there’s still no official confirmation on the tech specs and the pricing for smartphones yet, so do take this with a grain of salt. But which series are you more excited for? Let us know at our Facebook page and stay tuned for more tech news updates on TechNave.com!