The Huawei Nova (along with the Nova Plus) was made official at this year's IFA conference in Berlin with 3GB RAM. Now, the Chinese company has launched a new variant of the phone that comes with 4GB RAM.
Aside from the bump in RAM, the new model (CAZ-AL10) also offers support for LTE-A carrier aggregation on supported carriers, allowing for a peak download speed of 300Mbps.
It only comes in black and white color options, making is easily distinguishable from the standard, 3GB variant that comes in silver, gray, and gold colors.
Pricing information for the new, 4GB model isn't yet clear, although reports out of China say that the variant is already available for purchase in the Asian country.