Huawei Nova 7, 7 Pro, and Nova 7 SE Released with 64MP Quad Cameras, 4000mAh Batteries and 5G Capabilities

Faisal Rasool

The next generation of Huawei’s popular Nova series is here, featuring the Huawei Nova 7, Huawei Nova 7 Pro, and Huawei Nova 7 SE, trio. The lineup offers 5G connectivity across the board, gorgeous modern designs, and robust camera builds.

Huawei Nova 7 Pro

The Nova 7 Pro has a curved profile, razor-sharp bezels that have been pushed to the edges, and a pill-shaped cutout that houses its dual front camera. The OLED panel measures 6.57 inches, produces an FHD+ resolution, and embeds an in-display fingerprint reader.

If you go around the back, you’ll find a ‘light streak’ design sported by the phone’s glossy back. An oversized camera housing rests in the corner, with four cameras inside. The primary camera 64MP has a large f/1.7 aperture, paired with an 8MP periscope-style module that affords the phone up to 5x optical zoom and 50x hybrid zoom, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and a 2MP macro sensor.

Underneath its hood, the Kirin 985 chipset is combined with 8GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB of onboard storage. Powering these internals are a 4,000 mAh battery (with support for 40W fast charging) and EMUI 10.

The edition is available in black, purple, green, red, and silver shades, and starts at a Huawei price of CNY 3,700 (~ 84,000 PKR).

Huawei Nova 7

The 6.53-inch display on the Nova 7 is smaller and flat in comparison to the ‘Pro’ edition. It’s still an OLED panel, however, with a single punch hole resting in its top-left corner. The camera setup is more or less the same, save for the 8MP traditional telephoto lens that replaces the periscope module.

The color options and the hardware responsible for the performance are also carried over from the Nova 7 Pro. It’ll hit store shelves on April 28, starting from CNY 3,000 (~68,000 PKR).

Huawei Nova 7 SE

The Nova 7i SE is the budget-friendly model, of the three. The design language is shared with its more premium siblings, but the display is a standard IPS LCD screen with a solitary punch-hole cutout. And since its IPS LCD, the fingerprint scanner has been mounted on the side instead.

The camera ensemble remains surprisingly robust. You’re looking at a 64MP + 8MP (wide-angle) + 2MP (depth) + 2MP (macro) configuration. Its Kirin 820 chip has a 5G modem inside, in addition to 8GB of RAM and 128GB/256GB storage options. The battery and the fast charging support for it are identical to the other two editions.

It comes in Black, Purple, Green, and Silver hues, and retails for CNY 2,400  or about 54,000 PKR without taxes. No official word yet if the series will come to Pakistan.


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