Following an exciting launch that took place more than a week ago, Huawei’s new Nova 12 and Nova 12 Pro smartphones are now available for purchase in China. These stylish designs, HarmonyOS 4.0, and the newest Kirin processors are features of these mid-range smartphones. So now let’s dive into the specifics.
Pricing and Availability of the Huawei Nova 12 and Nova 12 Pro
The price of the Huawei Nova 12 increases to 3399 yuan (about $477) for the 8GB + 512GB model from 2999 yuan (about $421) for the 8GB + 256GB variant. For the Pro model, the 12GB + 256GB version costs 3999 yuan (approximately $561), while the 12GB + 512GB storage version costs 4399 yuan (approximately $617).
Regarding color selection, the Pro has four striking options: Blue, Golden Black, Sakura White, and Sakura Pink, whereas the Nova 12 has three chic shades: Blue, Sakura White, and Golden Black. They can now be bought in China through the official Huawei Mall.
Huawei’s most recent operating system, HarmonyOS 4.0, powers the Kirin 8000 chipset found in both the Nova 12 and 12 Pro.
A smooth and cozy viewing experience is guaranteed by the Nova 12’s 6.7-inch flat OLED screen, which has a 120Hz refresh rate and 1440Hz high-frequency PWM dimming. With an even higher resolution and support for AI HDR, the 6.78-inch quad-curved OLED screen on the Pro model is slightly larger and produces stunning visuals.
A 50MP primary sensor and an 8MP ultra-wide angle macro lens make up the dual rear camera system on both phones. The vanilla model has a 60MP sensor for selfies, but the Nova 12 Pro goes one better with a dual front-facing camera setup that includes an 8MP portrait sensor in addition to the 60MP main lens.
The 4600mAh batteries in the Nova 12 and 12 Pro can be charged at 100W rapid speed. You can feel more at ease knowing that they also include second-generation Kunlun Glass for improved drop resistance.