Huawei Nova 4 officially became the second smartphone in the world that comes with a hollow screen design following the Samsung Galaxy A8s which had already pitched last week.
Viewed from behind, Huawei Nova 4 looks like his brother, Huawei P20 Pro. The body is made of glass with accent color gradations that have become a hallmark of Huawei a year later. Not to forget, there is also a fingerprint sensor on the backdoor.
On the front side, Huawei packs the Nova 4 screen with a thin bezel and a hole in the upper left area which serves as a nest for its selfie camera. Interestingly, the hole is smaller than that of the Galaxy A8s.
The Huawei Nova 4 screen itself has a dimension of 6.4 inches with a resolution of 2,310 x 1,080 pixels. As a brain, Huawei relies on the Kirin 970 chipset which is also used in the flagship P20 Pro. The chipset is accompanied by 8 GB RAM, 128 GB storage, and a 3,750 mAh battery.
In the camera sector, there are three cameras in the body behind Nova 4. Each has a resolution of 48 MP f / 1.8 (main lens), 16 MP f / 2.2 (ultra wide lens), and 2 MP f / 2.4 (lens depth sensor). While the selfie camera has a resolution of 25 MP.
But keep in mind, the camera configuration is that used by the Huawei Nova 4 only the highest variants. Because Huawei also released the Nova 4 standard variant with a slight difference in the camera. For the standard variant, Huawei replaces a 48 MP lens with a 20 MP lens.
How much it costs? In China, Huawei markets Nova 4 the highest variant with a 48 MP main camera for US $ 490. For the standard version with a 20 MP main camera is priced at US $ 450 or Rp. 6.5 million.