Huawei Nova Y70 Unveiled with 6.7-inch Screen & 6,000mAh battery; Coming to Pakistan Soon

Taimoor Khalid

Due to the US sanctions, Huawei has suffered a lot in recent years, and its customer base has dwindled to minuscule numbers. Now it seems to finally figure out how to enhance the pace of its releases. The Chinese manufacturer has already launched the Huawei Nova 9 in Pakistan, with more Nova devices in tow.

Huawei Nova Y70 was launched in South Africa at the start of this month and continues to roll out in more global markets including Saudi Arabia and now Malaysia. The new device might end up landing in Pakistan soon with long battery life and a competitive price in the mid-range segment.

The new Nova Y70 smartphone features a 6.75-inch IPS LCD display with HD+ resolution and a water-drop notch to accommodate an 8 MP front lens.

Under the hood, the Huawei Nova Y70 has an Octa-Core processor (name not revealed yet) with 4G support, The handset also packs 6 GB of RAM and 128 gigs of internal storage. If required, it is possible to expand the memory with a MicroSD card.

The Nova Y70 has a 48 MP primary, 5 MP ultrawide, and another 2 MP depth in the set of Triple-cameras. The upcoming mobile phone has USB-C input, Bluetooth 5.0, a P2 port for headphones, and features dual-SIM functionality.

Last but not least, the battery has a capacity of 6,000 mAh and supports 22.5W charging, while the operating system powering the internals is Huawei's very own HarmonyOS 2.0.


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