Huawei Nova 4 Smartphone With Triple Camera & Kirin 970 SoC Launched in China at RMB 3099
Huawei Nova 4 (Photo Credits: Twitter)

Chinese smartphone maker, Huawei, on Monday launched its new flagship smartphone - Huawei Nova 4 in the home-grown market. The forthcoming flagship smartphone is introduced as a successor to Nova 3, which made its India debut in July 2018 alongside Nova 3i. In comparison to Nova 3, Huawei's newest offering brings some exciting features proffering a good value for money proposition. To be pitted against the likes of OnePlus 6T and others smartphones in the segment, the new Huawei Nova 4 is priced at 3099 RMB (about Rs. 35,000). Samsung Galaxy S10 Smartphone Alleged First Live Images Leaked Online.

The main underline of the upcoming Huawei Nova 4 is its display boasting an edge-to-edge screen, which is a 6.4-inch IPS with Full HD+ with 2310 × 1080 pixels of resolution. The phone also carries a punch hole display screen housing a 25MP front camera. The full-screen design with punch hole was recently seen on Samsung's Galaxy A8s and the same could be seen on Galaxy S10 device.

For photography, the smartphone boasts a triple-lens camera module, but in two variants. The lower variant gets a 20MP primary sensor in collaboration with a 16MP and a 2MP sensors. The bigger variant also boasts triple camera setup comprising of 48MP sensor, 16MP sensor and 2MP sensor. For selfies and video calling, the phone is packed with a massive 25MP shooter.

Under the skin, the flagship device is powered by Kirin 980 processor, which is clubbed with 8GB of RAM and up to 128GB of internal memory. The smartphone is backed by a 3750 mAh battery that is also seen on Nova 3. The battery also supports 18W fast charging. The top-end variant of Nova 4 is priced at RMB 3399.