Huawei nova 10 and nova 10 Pro are launching in Europe, here are the prices
The Huawei nova 10 and nova 10 Pro launched in China in early July, now the mid-ranger duo is ready to take on Europe. The exact launch time frame hasn’t been nailed down yet, the company only said to expect the new models to appear at the official Huawei Store “in the coming months”. Huawei did reveal the prices, though.
The Huawei nova 10 will retail at £430 (that converts to $500/€500/₹40,000). As a quick reminder, both phones are powered by the Snapdragon 778G. This one has a 6.67” 120Hz OLED display with a single 60MP ultra wide selfie camera (100°), plus a 4,000mAh battery with 66W fast charging.
The Huawei nova 10 Pro will cost £630 ($730/€730/₹58,000). This one includes a larger 6.78” 120Hz OLED display, plus an additional 8MP camera on the front. The triple camera setup on the back is identical between the two models, 50MP main, 8MP ultra wide (112°) and a 2MP depth sensor. The Pro has a bigger, faster battery – 4,500mAh with 100W charging (a 20-80%top up will take just 10 minute).
Both phones will be available in a single memory configuration - 8GB of RAM and 256GB storage - and you will be able to pick between Silver and Black colorways.The Huawei Watch D has advanced health tracking features
The Huawei Watch D is coming in October and will sell for £400 ($460/€460/₹37,000). If that seems pricey, you should know that this watch has very advanced health tracking – it has an ECG sensor and can even measure your blood pressure.
- Mr Hutch
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- Yuvie Singh
- 11 Sep 2022
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