Huawei is enriching its Nova range, smartphones which benefit from a good quality / price ratio and which are generally found in Europe. Will this also be the case for the Nova 6 and 6 5G?
Huawei is not resting on its laurels. After a Nova 5T that we appreciated at its fair value, the manufacturer doubles the bet with the new Nova 6 and its declination 5G. The two smartphones have practically everything in common, except of course for the support of 5G for the second model. But for the rest, it's the same thing.
Particularly good for selfies
The two smartphones have a 6.55-inch (1080p) IPS screen that covers almost their entire front. At the top is a punch that contains two photo modules: a 32-megapixel main sensor, and an 8-megapixel ultra-wide angle. These devices are therefore particularly well equipped for selfies, but also for videos since we can make recordings in 4K at 30 FPS.
It's not bad either at the rear, with a vertical block containing a 40-megapixel sensor, an 8-megapixel telephoto lens and an ultra-wide angle lens of the same capacity. Good equipment on paper which should ensure Nova 6 robust versatility for all types of shots.
Under their hoods, smartphones include a Kirin 990 chip, 8 GB of RAM, a 4,100 mAh battery for the Nova 6, and 4,200 mAh for the 5G version. Since access to new networks tends to draw more on the battery, a higher capacity for this component is good to take.
Prices range from 3,199 yuan (about € 410) for the Nova 6 with 128 GB of storage, up to 4,199 yuan (€ 540) for the Nova 6 5G with 256 GB of storage. Huawei only has to add these models to its catalog in Europe, but the manufacturer still suffers from the ban on using Google’s services and applications. A serious obstacle to purchasing …