Huawei nova 8 SE Specification and Review. Huawei launched nova 7 SE back in April and the company confirmed its replacement, called 8 SE, after more than six months.
The nova 8 SE is just 7.46 mm wide, weighs 178 gram and has a design that strongly matches the iPhone 12 with flat frames on the back and a squirrel-shaped island. The latter hosts a main camera of 64MP, an ultra-wide unit of 8MP and two macro and depth information modules of 2MP.
Huawei nova 8 SE
The nova 8 SE is created around a 6.53 ‘FHD+ OLED display with a 16MP selfie camera water drop notch. It also has a face recognition fingerprint scanner below and supports HDR10.0.
The Nova 8 SE has an universe 720 chipset under the hood. But there is also a High Edition with a component 800U at the helm. Both variants have 8GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and out of the box run Android 10-based EMUI 10.1.
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A 3,800 mAh battery that is smaller than the current industry. Standards keeps the lights on, but it supports 66W charging. Which promises to juice up the cell in 15 minutes from flat to 60 percent and in another 20 minutes to 100 percent.
A USB-C port, 3.5 mm headphone jack, Bluetooth 5.1, dual SIM support, and dual-band Wi-Fi are among the remaining highlights of the Huawei nova 8 SE.
Both the models powered by Dimensity 720 and Dimensity 800U support 5G networks, but the High Edition offers 5G coverage on both Sims, while the Regular Edition only supports the next-gen network on the primary SIM.
The has four color options and will go on sale in China from November 11. The Standard Edition is priced at CNY2,599 ($390/€330) and the High Edition will set you back by CNY2,699 ($410/€345