Huawei Nova 9 series is set to release on September 23 including the base Nova 9 and a Nova 9 Pro. Previous rumors have shown us that the Nova 9 phones will look similar to the Honor 50 phones and may even have the same Qualcomm chipset.
The two phones have now appeared in a set of live images that not only confirm the design but some of their specifications as well.
These images confirm several features including a 120Hz display, a 50MP primary camera, 32MP front cameras, Harmony OS 2.0, and 100W fast charging. We can also see 128GB and 256GB storage options with 8GB RAM as well as several color options.
The Huawei Nova 9 and 9 Pro will indeed sport the Snapdragon 778G chipset, but only the LTE version since Huawei is still not allowed to use 5G technology made by American companies.
The images also show the Nova 9 with a single punch-hole camera and the Nova 9 Pro with a dual selfie camera setup inside a pill-shaped punch-hole cutout. These cameras are expected to boast 4K video recording.
Previous Huawei Nova phones were widely available across the globe, but the Huawei Nova 8 lineup is barely available outside of China. Now the same is expected from the Huawei Nova 9 series as well ever since the US ban.