Huawei has faced many challenges due to US sanctions and therefore has to use creative strategies to continue its presence in the mobile market. According to one of the revealers, Huawei intends to re-launch the Nova 8SE, which launched last year, now as a 4G phone.
The standard model of this phone uses the Dimensity 720 chipset, and the model Premium also came with the Dimensity 800U chipset. The new model is said to use the Kieran 710A chipset, which was developed by the Chinese company SMIC using 14-nanometer manufacturing technology. Other expected features include the second version of the Harmony operating system, as well as 8GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. This new phone is set to arrive with an old display. It is said that the size of this display reaches 6.5 inches and uses a resolution of 1080p +. Overall, except for the weaker chipset and the exclusion of 5G internet, the new generation Huawei Nova 8SE is no different from the previous generation.
That's why we will once again face a 3800 mAh battery with a fast charge of 66 watts. In terms of camera, users can also use the 64-megapixel main camera, 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera and 2-megapixel macro with depth detection sensor. The screen also has a 16-megapixel selfie camera.
The launch date of this phone has not been revealed yet, and on the other hand, considering that the Nova 9 has just hit the European market, the phone in question will probably be just In the hands of Chinese users.
Under pressure from the US government, it seems that Huawei will no longer be able to operate in the mobile market. It was announced some time ago that the company apparently intends to outsource its phone designs to other companies so that they can enter the smartphone market using their brand. By doing so, Huawei can make a relatively good income and, on the other hand, retain some of the forces involved in smartphone development. Huawei, once one of the world's largest makers of handsets, is now losing market share, and we'll have to see how long it lasts.
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Source: GSM Arena