Huawei may have lost its luster in telephony, but it has not abandoned the smartphone market. The firm has just discreetly presented a new model to expand its mid-range catalog: the Nova Y90.
The technical sheet is nothing very impressive, but is quite balanced. The device sports a 6.7-inch LCD panel, displaying in Full HD + (1080 x 2400 pixels) and offering an image refresh rate of up to 90 Hz.
Under the latter, we find the Snapdragon 680 coupled with 8 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage. A SoC that is found more on entry-level smartphones, in particular the Redmi Note 11 or the Realme 9 4G. It delivers honorable performance in multitasking even if it is not intended for gamers.
For the photo, Huawei opted for a triple sensor consisting of a main 50-megapixel wide-angle module, whose lens opens at f / 1.8. It is accompanied by two 2-megapixel sensors for macro and depth. A Led flash is also integrated into a rounded island rather pleasing to the eye. An 8 megapixel sensor (f / 2.0 optics) is housed in a punch on the front.
It has a 5000 mAh battery compatible with 40 W charging. The LCD screen and the energy-efficient chip should not weigh too much on the latter. We can therefore expect a solid autonomy.
The Chinese manufacturer does not specify on which version of Android the smartphone is running, but we know that the overlay used is EMUI 12. It will be available in three colors: blue, white and green.
The official site remains silent on pricing and availability at this time, but that silence shouldn’t last. It remains to be seen whether the Nova Y90 will make its way to France.
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