Huawei Nova series phones in Hong Kong are mid-range devices that cost less than flagship variants like the Huawei P9. Aside from their affordable price, here are other reasons why Huawei Nova smartphone is worth buying.
Small Yet Gorgeous Handsets
Huawei Nova smartphones are not only great looking handsets but also sensibly sized. They have a metal unibody and a curved 2.5D pane of glass over the front, with beautifully rounded edges to make them more comfortable and easier to hold. They are also perfectly pocketable and light – light enough that it’s never bothersome to carry in hand or in the pockets.
Sharp and Vivid Screens
Although Huawei Nova smartphones only wield exactly 5-inches, their LCD-IPS display has a decent 1,920 x 1,08-pixel resolution. With that, you’ll get excellent blacks, clear texts, and colors with high contrast, making the images stand out crisply.
Huawei Nova smartphones in Hong Kong are integrated with decent 3,040 mAh battery. Since they sport a relatively small screen, their battery is expected to last longer. Huawei says two days of regular use should be achievable on the Nova. This will allow you to use many apps, do social networking, and take a lot of pictures for the day. However, you must left it on standby overnight.
Hardware that Saves Battery
The Huawei Nova smartphone is equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 chip inside, which is frugal with battery power than previous processors. Along with its 3 GB of RAM and 32 GB storage space, it’s faster than previous processors.
Although Huawei Nova smartphones do not come with the latest Android Nougat, they still work flawlessly with the Android 6.0 Marshmallow, which offers a clean interface. On the screen, you will see no app tray and all app icons are spread across multiple home screens. Aside from that, you can see a notification drawer that splits into two sections: notifications and messages, then a left swipe to shortcuts such as Wi-Fi, screen brightness, and Bluetooth.
Huawei Nova smartphones in Hong Kong have their own phone manager that is useful for optimizing tasks such as cleaning up junk files, closing background apps, and checking on data usage. There’s also a weather app, a mirror app, an FM radio, a voice recorder, an email app, and several other generic Huawei-produced apps, most of which can be uninstalled.
In addition, notifications are interactive on the Huawei Nova smartphones, meaning once you tap them, you’ll get a quick-access to shortcuts. There are also many pre-installed apps, including Booking.com, WPS Office, News Republic, and various games. Luckily,
Huawei Nova smartphones come with a 12-megapixel rear camera that takes colorful, and sharp pictures. Meanwhile, its 8-MP selfie cam takes decent pictures which can be further enhanced with the Selfie mode. This feature combines several key shots to ensure your face always looks its photogenic best.