However, instead of coming with the Kirin 985 chipset with a 2.58 GHz CPU, the company is bringing the nova 8 to Russia with Kirin 820E - a 7nm mid-range chipset.
The Huawei nova 8’s CPU has six cores - 3x Cortex-A76 at 2.22 GHz and 3x Cortex-A55 at 1.84 GHz. The GPU is Mali-G57, and the rest of the specs remain the same as the Chinese variant. Russian customers will get the 8/128 GB memory variant, but there is no card slot.
The display is a 6.57” OLED with 1B colors, Full HD+ resolution and an UD fingerprint scanner. It has a single punch hole in the middle for the 32MP snapper, while the camera setup on the back has 64MP main and 8MP ultrawide units along with a couple of 2MP sensors for depth and macro.
One of the best features of the nova 8 is its charging capabilities - the 3,800 mAh battery comes with 66W fast charging which would bring 60% charge in just 15 minutes, while the whole cell can be filled in just 35 minutes.
There’s one color currently offered by Huawei Russia - Powder Pink. The price of the phone is RUB39,999, which is around $550. For comparison, the phone costs (the equivalent of) $500 in China, and that’s with the more powerful chipset.
lol should've improved the battery its already 2022 but still 3800mah last year's 7se was better battery at 4000mah.
My Huawei y6 pro is 3020mah, have been using my phone for almost 2hrs now. From 100% to 80% @2hrs
Huawei should focus on battery life also.