Today Huawei nova 10 SE appeared on Huawei official website. The appearance also reveals some details of this smartphone. From the listing, the Huawei nova 10 SE uses a 6.67-inch OLED display with a 90Hz refresh rate. In the camera department, this device comes with a 16MP selfie camera. On the back, it uses a 108MP primary camera along with an 8MP ultra-wide-angle sensor and a 2MP secondary camera. Under the hood, the Huawei nova 10 SE uses a 4,500mAh battery that supports 66W wired fast charging. This smartphone also comes with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage.
Huawei nova 10 SE
Huawei nova 10 SE is thinner and lighter
Compared to its big brother nova 10 Pro, the nova 10 SE is thinner and lighter. It comes with a thickness of just 7.39mm and weighs 184g. The nova 10 Pro is 7.88mm thick, 191g weight. Additionally, the nova 10 SE continues the design language of the nova 10 Pro. This device adds a new star ring to the camera module, and the color matching is closer to the nova 10 Pro. The ring is inlaid with gold, which is very recognizable. Unfortunately, the processor model of the Huawei nova 10 SE is still uncertain. Whereas the nova 10 Pro uses a Snapdragon 778G 4G chip, the nova 10 SE may come with a Snapdragon 4G chip.
The Huawei nova 10 Pro comes with a 50MP main camera (RYYB) + 8MP ultra-wide-angle macro + 2MP depth-of-field triple camera. This camera combination supports low-light portraits, quick snapshots, back focus, back blur, and more. This smartphone also comes with a 6.78-inch 120Hz OLED color ring display. Under the hood, this device comes with a Snapdragon 778G 4G processor. To keep its lights on, this device uses a 4500 mAh battery, and a Huawei 100W super fast charging turbo. The company claims that this device will be fully charged in about 20 minutes. This device also supports Upgraded version Wi-Fi 6, NFC and smart payment.
In the camera department, the Huawei nova 10 series is the industry’s first smartphone with a 60MP front camera. This camera also comes with a front-facing close-up lens, creating a new stereo-vision binocular imaging system that supports full-pixel AF autofocus.