Huawei Nova 4 went on sale: a stylish flagship smartphone with punch-hole screen
By Linky Johnson 2018-12-28 439 0
Huawei's Nova 4 uses a punch-hole full screen, which also makes up 86.3% of the screen. In the center of the punch-hole is a self-shooting lens with a front-end poster of 25 million pixels. This lens uses Huazhoupiao's Punch blind hole technology to maximize the integrity of the screen.
Not only is the front lens powerful, but the rear 48-megapixel three-camera module ensures the shooting level of Nova 4. The Nova 4 camera inherits the vertical arrangement of the previous Nova and P series. The three lenses are the main camera, the depth of field camera and the ultra-wide angle camera. Among them, the main camera CMOS is a 1/2-inch large-size sensor, with a large aperture of f1.8 and a 6P lens. The photography is very strong.
The smartphone body is made of a bright metal frame with a 3.5mm headphone interface on the top and a Type-C interface and speakers on the bottom. A circle of decorative rings around the back-centered fingerprint recognition module is easier to unlock.
On the back of the smartphone body, Nova 4 has four colors: bright black, fritillary white, Su Yin blue and honeysuckle red. Especially the honeysuckle red color matching of double-layer coating technology has a unique dazzling light and shadow under the changing light, which is impressive.
Of course, the performance of Nova 4 is not weak, and the standard 8GB RAM with Kirin 970 can fully guarantee your daily use. Huawei Nova 4 is divided into 20 million and 48 million post-cameras according to the different use of the post-cameras. The price is $452 and $496 respectively. There is no difference in hardware except the post-cameras.
Last but not least, this Nova 4 can be currently booked in the official mall. The first sale time is 10:08 a.m. on December 27. Don't miss it if you like it.
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