Earlier this year, during the IFA conference, Chinese manufacturer Huawei launched the Nova and Nova plus smartphones, both of them rocking 3GB of RAM. However, they felt the need for more power and decided to launch a revamped version of it. Thus, the Huawei Nova with 4GB of RAM was born!
Going by the model number of CAZ-AL10, the Huawei Nova offers a few more goodies, not just the update amount of RAM. To be more specific, it now comes with support for LTE-A carrier aggregation (only on supporter carriers, of course), allowing users to reach final download speeds up to 300Mbps, which is pretty impressive, if you ask us!
Moving on with the differences, the new 4GB variant of the Nova comes in black and white, being very easy to distinguish it from the standard 3GB one, which is available in silver, gray and gold.
Otherwise, the new Huawei Nova has the same 5.0″ IPS LCD display, with a full HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. There’s also the same Snapdragon 625 under the hood, with an octa-core CPU, running at 2.0 GHz, alongside an Adreno 506 CPU and 32 GB of internal storage, with the possibility of expanding it, thanks to the presence of a microSD card slot.
The main camera is using a 12 MP sensor, with phase detection auto focus and LED flash, while on the front it comes with an 8 MP selfie unit. The battery has a capacity of 3020 mAh and it’s non-removable.
Other features of the Huawei Nova that are worth mentioning are the fingerprint scanner on the back, as well as the USB Type-C port, which is already a must for a lot of mid-range smartphones.
Currently, there aren’t any details about the price of the 4GB variant of the handset, but reports claim that it’s already available for purchasing in China.