The Honor View 20 will feature an in-display camera – as well as a 48MP Sony IMX586 sensor main camera and Link Turbo, which combines Wi-Fi and LTE signals to boost download speeds.
We have seen multiple pictures of the front side of the View 20. Now, we have a picture of the back of the device – which reveals the camera position of the device. Surprisingly, the View 20 (V20) will feature triple-rear camera setup, located horizontally.
The device will be officially announced on December 26 in China as Honor V20, while the global launch is taking place in Paris on January 22 and could be named as View 20.
Huawei Enjoy 50z with 50MP triple camera will launch in December
Huawei has now confirmed another amazing product – Enjoy 50z for the upcoming winter new product launch event on December 2. In addition, the company has shared a giant teaser for the stylish smartphone.
For your information, Huawei Enjoy 50z is the Chinese version of the Nova Y61. The company has already unveiled the iconic smartphone in the overseas market and is now bringing it to consumers in the native region.
Talking about the teaser, the Chinese tech giant has attached a big poster to its Weibo blog. This teaser highlights the unique Enjoy 50z handsets with the following words in the tagline:
“High-definition video, smooth experience.”
Eventually, the handset will provide immersive audio and visual experience to its users. Besides, it will bring seamless performance on board so that you can enjoy a stable and productive time with your device.
It’s worth mentioning that after Nova 10 SE, Huawei Enjoy 50z is the second product to confirm its place in the coming launch event. In the meantime, let’s see what else we will grab before the official launch conference.
Huawei Enjoy 50z
The Enjoy 50z is a new addition to the Enjoy 50 lineup. Till now, the company has released the standard as well as the Pro variant on the user surface. Now Huawei is offering one more surprise to its fans in the form of Enjoy 50z smartphone.
Being a rebranded version of Nova Y61, the phone will exhibit a 6.52-inch screen with a 1600 x 720 pixels resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. Besides, the device holds a triple-camera framework at the backend.
This framework includes a 50MP primary lens, a 2MP macro lens, and a 2MP depth of field sensor. Further, it will hold a 5000mAh battery on its surface. The battery will power up at 22.5W fast charging.
We may find some new tweaks in the phone by the launch event. So star-mark the date – December 2 on your calendar to see what new products are making their way to the Chinese consumer platform.
Huawei Nova 10 SE will launch on December 2 in China
After hitting the global market, Huawei is ready to launch Nova 10 SE smartphones in China. And it looks like, we don’t have to wait much to catch the ultimate glimpse of the appealing handset in the native region.
Eventually, the details show that Huawei will launch the Nova 10 SE smartphone on December 2 in China. On the flip side, the date not only hints at the release time of the smartphone but also about the coming launch event.
Ultimately, Huawei is going to conduct the last product launch conference of this year on December 2, 2022. Following the extract, the official post reads these words:
“100 million pixel texture portrait, explore the beauty of details, At 19:00 on December 2nd, Huawei’s winter full-scenario new product launch conference, the new Huawei Nova 10 SE made a surprise debut.”
In addition to the SE model, we could find some more amazing gadgets on the Chinese platform. For instance, the brand-new Watch Buds, Huawei Children Watch 5 series, and FreeBuds 5i. And who knows we could find some more hidden tweaks on the stage.
Huawei Nova 10 SE
Similar to the global version, Huawei Nova 10 SE equips the Snapdragon 680 4G processor and Adreno 610 GPU. The phone sports a 6.67-inch OLED flat screen with FHD+ resolution and a 90Hz refresh rate.
In terms of appearance, the phone carries three colors – starry sky silver, mint green, and starry sky black. Perhaps, we could see new changes in the device’s color schemes at the launch time. Moreover, the device has three variants:
- Huawei Nova 10 SE – 6GB + 128GB
- Huawei Nova 10 SE – 8GB + 128GB
- Huawei Nova 10 SE – 8GB + 256GB
The sleek-looking smartphone further packs a 4500mAh battery and supports 66W wired fast charging. Being the latest model in the region, the phone is expected to bring HarmonyOS 3 operating system on its surface.
As of the launch event, we will keep bringing you the latest updates and pinches. Stay tuned.
Huawei launched smartphone broken screen offline services
Two weeks ago, the official Chinese online Huawei store, Vmall launched a new broken smartphone screen service for consumers. Now, a similar screen-broken service has been started by Huawei smartphone owners offline.
The latest Huawei broken screen offline service is a two-year broken screen service treasure, which starts at 239 yuan. The products cover smartphones and tablets.
These include Huawei Enjoy 20e, Huawei Enjoy 50, Huawei nova 10 and Nova 9 series, Huawei P50 series, Huawei Mate 50 series, Mate 40 Pro+, Huawei MatePad series as well as some MateBook E models.
After purchasing the broken screen service treasure, under normal use of Huawei equipment, if the screen is broken, cracked, or malfunctioned due to accidental collision, drop, or extrusion, the original screen components can be replaced for free once during the service period.
Additionally, the purchase of the Huawei Broken Screen Service Package (two-year period) will give Huawei Extended Service Package (one-year period) as a gift.
Huawei Extended Service Package (one-year period) is based on the standard warranty service period of the equipment. Meanwhile, the warranty service of the mainframe of the equipment The term is extended by one year.
During the normal use of the main unit of the equipment, if there is a performance failure that is not caused by man-made damage, it can be replaced for free. To be mentioned, the new screen replacement offer is only supported by offline stores and retailers in China.
(via – ithome)