Huawei unveiled a new mid-ranger at this year IFA Berlin, that was practically born for AR games. The Huawei Nova is supposedly powerful enough to support up to 5 hours of non-stop Pokemon Go play #mobilemagic
This performance is achieved with a massive battery of 3020mAh and a good enough processor to handle the demanding graphics. That said, the Huawei Nova will retail like a mid-range device –€399, later this month – but it looks and acts like a premium phone.
The company says its 5-inch display with 443 pixel density takes it to the big league, as well as the multi-curved design, octa-core Qualcomm SD 625 processor and 3GB RAM with 32GB built-in memory. You also get an SD card slot and a 12MP rear camera.
If that’s not enough, you can opt for the bigger version – Nova Plus – that comes with a 5.5-inch display, a larger 3340mAh battery and a smarter 16MP camera. This version will cost you €429.