Huawei Nova 10 SE With 66W Charging & Lightweight Design To Get Global Exposure

Huawei Nova 10 SE is the latest entrant in the Nova 10 Series. Previously, Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro got launched in China on the 4th of July. The design is similar to the SE model. Moreover, the Nova 10 SE is an upgrade in terms of cameras. However, it is also a downgrade in some areas such as the display. The device will be launched globally soon.


Huawei Nova 10 SE

The device has a matte backplate and the signature camera module design. The device weighs 184g and measures only 7.39mm thick. At the front, there is a 6.67″ 90Hz OLED display. The refresh rate was 120Hz on the previously launched Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro. Furthermore, the device packs a 4500 mAh battery with 66W fast charging support. The Nova 10 had 66W fast charging support while the Pro had support for a whopping 100W fast charging speeds.

Nova 10 SE has a 108MP main camera. Previous models had a 50MP main camera. Furthermore, there is an 8MP ultra-wide sensor and a 2MP macro lens. There is a 16MP selfie shooter placed in a centered punch-hole in the display.

In addition, the device comes in only one configuration, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage. Huawei has used the Snapdragon 680 processor in the device. Previously, Snapdragon 778G was used in the other models of this series. The device will run EMUI 12, not HarmonyOS. In addition, it is unknown whether there will be support for Google apps on this device. Lastly, the Nova 10 SE comes in Starry Silver, Mint Green, and Starry Black colors


The pricing of the device has not been announced yet. It will be announced on a further date. For reference, the Huawei Nova 10 pricing started at CNY 2,699 (about Rs. 31,800) for the 128GB model and CNY 2,999 for the 256GB model. (roughly Rs. 35,350). The 10 Pro version started at CNY 3,699 (about Rs. 43,600) for the 128GB model and CNY 3,999 for the 256GB model (roughly Rs. 47,100). Most probably, the Huawei Nova 10 SE will be priced lower than both of these considering the specifications.

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