Huawei today unveiled a series of three new phones, Nova 5, Nova 5 Pro and Nova 5i, along with the new Kirin 810 chip, developed on the 7nm process.
More details about each machine, Nova 5 will be equipped with Kirin 810, 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal memory. Meanwhile Nova 5 Pro will use a high-end Kirin 980 chip similar to the P30 Pro and P30, with 8GB of RAM and an option of 256GB of internal memory. Both Nova 5 and 5 Pro will have 6.39-inch OLED screens, water drop design in the middle.
The back will be 4 cameras with the same configuration as the 48MP main camera, 16MP super wide camera, 2MP macro camera and one cam measuring 2MP depth. Both machines will have a 3500mAh battery, USB-C charging, fingerprint sensor on the screen and thankfully, there is still a 3.5mm jack, a memory card slot extends to detail.
In terms of Kirin 810, it will also have 8 kernels like Kirin 980, however, it will replace 2 high marks above 980 by 2 energy-saving kernels. It is unclear whether 810 is the last chip to use ARM design when the company has more strict control over its relationship with Huawei.
Finally, Nova 5i, the lowest one in this launch. The basic identification point is the mole screen in the upper left corner. The device runs Kirin 710, but still uses the 4-camera configuration at the back, the main sensor resolution is 24MP, the ultra-wide 8MP angle. On the other hand, the base plate is also LCD instead of OLED.
The set of 3 machines was released in China, Nova 5 was released on June 20, the selling price of $ 407, 5 Pro and 5i will be sold from June 28 for $ 436 and $ 320. Plans to sell as well as prices in markets outside China have yet to be announced.
In the context that the future of the company is still heavily influenced by the absences of many companies, especially Google's Android, it is still unclear what these Android phones will look like.