After launching the Nova 5T in August, the manufacturer is now preparing to launch the Huawei Nova 5T Pro. Interestingly, this confirmation was made by Google itself, when listing the smartphone on the Android Enterprise site.
Although I didn't reveal the full list of specifications, we got a pretty good idea of what we can expect and not all is good news. Although Huawei already has a final version of EMUI with Android 10, this new model will still come with Android Pie, which will surely be a disappointment for fans.
Huawei Nova 5T Pro to arrive with support for Google services
However, there is another possibility that could make the Nova 5T Pro much more viable in global markets. Once published on the official Android Enterprise page, it may come with support for Google Apps and services. If so, it should be much more likely to become popular in Europe.
The publication on the site was accompanied by an image of the supposed smartphone, revealing a design identical to the original model. We see the Google Play Store and Google Chrome icon present, further reinforcing the possibility that the Huawei Nova 5T Pro will come with full support from Google.
Huawei Nova 5T Pro Confirmed Specifications
- 5.5 "inch screen with punch hole in upper left corner
- 128GB / 256GB internal memory
- 8GB RAM
- Fingerprint reader (side)
- Android 9
These were the only specs confirmed by Google. However, it is believed that this will be identical to the already official Honor 20 Pro, which was even listed as Nova 5T Pro prior to its release.
As such, it is expected to arrive equipped with the Kirin 980 processor, rear quad-camera (48MP + 16MP + 8MP + 2MP) and a 32 megapixel front camera. The Honor 20 Pro also featured a 4,000mAh battery with fast charging support at 22.5W.
However, it is important to note that there is an important difference between these two smartphones. While the Huawei Nova 5T Pro appears to have a 5.5 "inch screen, the Honor 20 Pro has come with a much larger 6.26" screen.
Therefore, it is impossible to be certain that the remaining specifications will remain identical.
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