Huawei Nova 10 Pro
Secondary Camera: 60 MPix (f/2.4, 100°, Dual-AF) + 8 MPix (2x opt. Zoom, AF, f/2.2)
Average of 2 scores (from 9 reviews)
Reviews for the Huawei Nova 10 Pro
Source: Phone Arena
It's really hard to review Huawei phones nowadays. The company makes really good hardware, and it's a shame that it's not allowed to support it with more mainstream software. There's no other way to put it - leaving aside the political part of it. The Nova 10 Pro is indeed a sleek and lightweight, ample midrange offering, with a great display, full retail package, and top-notch charging. Whether or not people will decide to go the adventurous route and deal with Huawei's AppGallery and re-learn and re-adjust to all the alternative software solutions, it's a hard question to ask, and answer for that matter.
Single Review, online available, Very Long, Date: 09/19/2022
Rating: Total score: 75%
Source: XDA Developers
The Huawei Nova 10 Pro suffers from the same problems as every Huawei device before it over the past two years, and that is that it’s hard to recommend to just about everyone. I reviewed the Huawei P50 Pro earlier this year and absolutely loved it, and I’m really getting a sense of what the company is doing when it comes to AppGallery. Despite all of that, currently, it’s extremely difficult for me to switch over full-time. It doesn’t have everything that I need, and even though it’s getting there, it’s not there now. In other words, until it gets there, it’s hard to recommend it. The cameras are excellent, but between the pricing of this device (€699 is quite expensive for what’s on offer here) and the difficulty some may have as an average consumer, I don’t really know how to recommend this phone. If Revolut was your main bank and you didn’t care about getting email notifications always on time, then maybe this phone would be an easier sell. Currently, though, it isn’t. As much as I’d love it to be. For what it’s worth, this phone is a good omen that Huawei is really listening to and that things are moving along. AppGallery is improving day by day, and with localized approaches to each application service (there are Irish versions of apps on AppGallery, which is pretty impressive to me), it’s beginning to reach a point where I think I can recommend it. That day isn’t here yet, but a viable competitor in the space is, at the very least, always good for consumers. This is also a unique-enough phone in the features that it has cobbled together that I think Huawei is starting to figure out that to thrive, it needs to find a niche that works. This may well be the start.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/18/2022
Source: ben's gadget reviews
At the IFA trade show in Berlin this past weekend Huawei launched a new upper mid-tier smartphone with a flashy design and a whopping 60MP selfie camera along with a 2x zoom selfie lens -- bruh!
Hands-On, online available, Very Long, Date: 09/06/2022
Source: Pocket Lint
Huawei's entry to the mid-range market for 2022 is competitive, offering a sleek, attractive device with lots of high end flagship features. You can't ignore the limitations of EMUI in western markets, but things are slowly getting better and you'll not find a selfie camera system quite like this anywhere else.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/05/2022
Source: Trusted Reviews
The Huawei Nova 10 Pro is a new mid range smartphone from Huawei with one overt focus – taking the best selfies possible. Having had an opening to go with it, the dual sensor front camera has a lot of cool features, but questions remain about its lack of 5G support and its EMUI OS which has less apps than the more common Android and iOS platforms.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/02/2022
Source: OI Spice Tech News
Huawei Nova 10 Pro is the elder sibling of Nova 10 and lies in the flagship smartphone segment. The Nova 10 Pro was released in July 2022 and arrives with a 6.78 inches OLED display panel with a high 120Hz refresh rate. In terms of software, you get the HarmonyOS 2.0 OS, while the performance is carried out by the 6nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 4G chipset. You can avail of the device is 8GB RAM with 128GB / 256GB internal storage option. Besides this, you don’t get an SD card slot on the phone. On the back, the phone has a triple-camera setup including a 50MP primary, 8MP ultrawide, and a 2MP depth lens. Whereas the front equips an impressive duo of an 8MP portrait and a 60MP ultrawide lens. You can record 4K videos at 30fps with gyro-EIS support from both cameras. Furthermore, you are offered stereo speakers, necessary comms and sensors, and an under-display fingerprint scanner for security. The Huawei Nova 10 Pro holds a decent Li-Po 4500 mAh battery accompanied by robust 100W fast-charging and reverse charging support.
Single Review, online available, Short, Date: 07/28/2022
Source: Nextpit Germany DE→EN
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/20/2022
Rating: Total score: 60%
Source: Nextpit Germany DE→EN
Single Review, online available, Medium, Date: 09/08/2022
Source: Nextpit France FR→EN
Positive: Excellent display; compact size; light weight; nice dual cameras; very quick charging. Negative: Unsupported 5G; missing Google services; relatively high price.
Single Review, online available, Long, Date: 09/02/2022
Huawei's phone business may be embattled due to software problems but it has not stopped making new phones. While most of them have not made it to European shores, the latest Huawei Nova 9 is an exception to this. In terms of its design, this device is still considered thin at 7.8mm and light at 175g. This definitely makes it rather portable while the curved edges keep it comfortable to be held on too. The rear camera module on the back comes in two different circles which houses the main camera and the remaining lenses. However, this model has no Gorilla Glass on the display and there is also no water or dust-resistant IP rating. As far as the display is concerned, the Huawei Nova 9 has been incorporated with a large 6.75-inch Full HD+ OLED display with high colour coverage. This is paired with an impressive 120Hz high refresh rate. In addition, there is also an under-display fingerprint reader, which can be quite fast and reliable. In terms of its performance, this is a firmly mid-range device which uses the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 778G chipset paired with an 8GB of RAM with either 128GB or 256GB of storage. It is undeniable that this is not the fastest or most powerful phone on the market, but it has got more than enough power for the average user. The performance is rather smooth and fluid even when multi-tasking, and there is enough power to run any modern smartphone game too.
In terms of its battery, the Huawei Nova 9 comes in with a 4300mAh battery which is enough for the phone to last a day’s use fairly comfortably, but definitely not enough to stretch it to two days unless for an exceptionally light usage. Fundamentally that makes the battery life fairly average for the modern market as there are phones with better battery life out there, but this is obviously not the worst though. As for its camera, this smartphone carries a 50MP main camera, 8MP ultrawide camera, 2MP macro camera and a 2MP depth sensor. The main camera being encased in its own circular housing, utilizes Huawei's RYYB pixel arrangement which the company prefers especially for low light performance. However, in this device it is not combined with optical image stabilization (OIS) which is key to really excellent night photography. Overall, in daylight the main camera is exceptional with rich colours and vivid detail in a range of conditions. Though in darker lighting results are good, the lack of OIS does show. Apart from that, the ultrawide does the job in decent lighting, but there is a marked drop in detail compared to the main lens while colours tend to be washed out. There is also a 32MP selfie camera which is quite decent. Overall, it is a great phone to be considered if the absence of Google Mobile services is not an issue.
Qualcomm Adreno 642L: Graphics chip for smartphones and tablets that is integrated within the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC. Qualcomm claims that it is 40% faster than the Adreno 620.
Non demanding games should be playable with these graphics cards.
SD 778G 4G: Fast mid-range ARM SoC with 8 CPU Kryo 670 cores (four fast ARM Cortex-A78 core at up to 2.4 GHz and four small ARM Cortex-A55 cores at up to 1.8 GHz) but without the integrated X53 5G modem and only offering a 4G modem. The SoC is manufactured in the modern 6 nm process at TSMC.» Further information can be found in our Comparison of Mobile Processsors.
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Only few smartphones are more lightweight than this.
Huawei: Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. is a Chinese company founded in 1987 with focus on telecommunications hardware and 170000 employees. In the first quarter of 2016, Huawei had a market share of 8.2% in the smartphone market, making it the third-largest smartphone manufacturer in the world. Compared to the same quarter of 2015, Huawei increased its market share by more than 58%.
In 2014, Huawei created the sub brand Honor and offers certain smartphone series under this name. The name Huawei is usually not listed for these products.
There are a lot of reviews on Huawei phones with slightly above average ratings (as of 2016).
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