Also marketed as P30 Lite, this mid-range smartphone tones down the specs but still keeps a few major features.
Its processing power is handled by a Kirin 710 mid-range chipset paired with either 4GB or 6GB of Ram. On board, it offers 128 GB of storage and a microSD card slot if you run out of space.
The NovaE comes with a 6.15-inch LCD panel with 19.5:9 aspect ratio and 2312 x 1080 px resolution.
In the waterdrop
Flip the Huawei Nova 4e and you’ll be met with the triple rear camera combo worthy of a flagship, alongside a fingerprint sensor. The primary 25 MP sensor has
Huawei didn’t skip features like HiVision or GPU turbo, nor did it remove the headphone jack.
Lastly, the Huawei Nova 4e has a 3.340 mAh battery with fast charge via USB Type C.
Starting March 21st, it will be available in China at around $300 for the 4 GB model and approx. $343 for the 6 GB option.
Five days later, the Huawei Nova 4e will hit global markets under the name Huawei P30 Lite.