Huawei reveals EU pricing for the nova 10 and nova 10 Pro
During its keynote at IFA 2022, Huawei announced that the nova 10 and nova 10 Pro will be coming to Europe. That information was accompanied by some price points, but those were just in pounds, meaning they refer to the UK market.
Now we have some continental Europe MSRP points for a bunch of Huawei devices too. Let's start with the nova 10. It starts at EUR 549. That buys you a 6.67" 120Hz OLED display with a single 60MP ultra-wide selfie camera (100°), plus a 4,000mAh battery with 66W fast charging and a Snapdragon 778G chipset.
The nova 10 Pro will retail at EUR 699. 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 minutes). We already have a hands-on review for the nova 10 Pro you should check out.
Both phones will be available in a single memory configuration - 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage - and you will be able to pick between Silver and Black colorways.
Then we have the Huawei Watch D. EU buyers should be able to pick it up locally starting from October for an MSRP of EUR 399. As a reminder, the Watch D has advanced health tracking features, including blood pressure measurement.
The MatePad Pro 11 is also on the list. It will cost EU shoppers EUR 649. That buys you an 11-inch, 120Hz OLED display, Snapdragon 870 chipset, 8GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, a whopping six speakers and a big 8,300 mAh battery with 40W charging. That and a bunch of other extras you can read about here.
Last, but not least, Huawei MateBook X Pro laptop will set you back EUR 2,199 with a 12-gen Intel Core i7 processor, 16GB of RAM and 1TB of storage. Another highlight of the laptop is its slim and light profile and the 14.2-inch, 3:2 IPS LCD with 500 nits of brightness. We've already started work on a review of the MateBook X Pro 2022, so stay tuned for that.
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