Huawei released the Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro in China at the beginning of July. The mid-range phones are now ready to take over Europe. The company hasn’t said exactly when the new models will be available, only that they will be in the official Huawei Store “in the coming months.” But Huawei made the prices public.
Huawei may not be a prominent participant in Europe’s phone industry anymore, but it’s not out of the game yet, releasing the Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro.
These two phones, announced in China this summer, have high-resolution selfie cameras. The Pro variant adds an 8Mp 2x zoom camera to the 60Mp ultrawide camera on the front. 50Mp main cameras with a Huawei RYYB sensor are joined by 8Mp ultrawide and 2Mp depth sensors.
Huawei nova 10 costs £430 ($500/€500/40,000). Both phones are Snapdragon 778G-powered. This one has a 6.67” 120Hz OLED display with a single 60MP ultra wide selfie camera (100°), plus a 4,000mAh battery with 66W fast charging.
Huawei’s nova 10 Pro costs £630 ($730/€730/58,000). This has a 6.78″ 120Hz OLED display and an 8MP front camera. 50MP main, 8MP ultra wide (112°), and 2MP depth sensor. The Pro’s 4,500mAh battery charges @ 100W (20-80% in 10 minutes).
Both phones will have 8GB RAM and 256GB storage and come in Silver and Black.