Huawei Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro presented with 120 Hz OLED displays, 50 MP RYYB cameras and stylish designs
The Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro have arrived, albeit only in China for the moment. In short, the pair are incredibly similar smartphones with only a few differences separating them. For one, the Nova 10 Pro has a marginally larger and higher resolution display, which Huawei couples with a secondary front-facing camera. Additionally, the Nova 10 Pro has a larger battery that also supports higher wattage wired charging.
Specifically, the Nova 10 has a 6.67-inch display that operates at 2,400 × 1,080 pixels with a 60 MP front-facing camera, plus a 4,000 mAh battery that supports 66 W fast charging. By contrast, the Nova 10 Pro features a 6.78-inch display with a 2,652 x 1,200-pixel native resolution and an 8 MP portrait camera, as well as the 60 MP front-facing camera from the Nova 10. Moreover, the Nova 10 Pro relies on a 4,500 mAh capable of recharging at 100 W.
The differences end there though, with the Snapdragon 778G 4G chipset powering both smartphones. Likewise, both smartphones have 50 MP primary, 8 MP ultra-wide-angle and 2 MP depth of field rear-facing cameras. Moreover, the pair have 120 Hz OLED displays that also offer 300 Hz touch sampling rates. Similarly, Huawei equips both with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB or 256 GB of storage. At launch, Huawei offers the Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro in four colours, which translate to 'Color 10', 'Provence', 'Obsidian Black' and 'Qijing Forest'. The Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro are available in China at the following prices:
- Nova 10
- 128 GB: CNY 2,699 (~US$403)
- 256 GB: CNY 2,999 (~US$448)
- Nova 10 Pro
- 128 GB: CNY 3,699 (~US$552)
- 256 GB: CNY 3,999 (~US$597)