TD Tech has recently launched a new smartphone in the Chinese market that comes with a very familiar design of the Huawei Nova 8 Pro. Most importantly, it’s sold by Huawei on VMall but now, this TD Tech N8 Pro has been removed from a popular Chinese online e-commerce website – JD.com.
According to the information, TD Tech N8 Pro has been discontinued from Huawei’s official store – JD.com in China. It’s showing the TD Tech N8 Pro phone is removed from jd.com. Currently, the reason for this removal is unknown but given the fact that this launch was recent, it could not be a good one.
The TD Tech N8 Pro comes with a powerful 64MP quad rear camera system, 66W super-fast charging, 120Hz refresh rate, Kirin 985 5G processor, 8GB RAM + 128GB internal storage, and a price of 3999 yuan.
TD Tech N8 Pro:
The N8 Pro uses a 6.72-inch curved screen, an 80-degree curved edge, a COP package, a double punch in the upper left corner, a 120Hz screen refresh rate, a touch sampling rate of up to 300Hz, a 10bit color depth, 1.07 billion colors, and supports HDR 10 and HLG HD video.
This model is equipped with a 32-megapixel front ultra-wide-angle lens and a 16-megapixel portrait lens. The rear quad camera system consists of a rear 64MP main camera, a 120-degree ultra-wide-angle, an independent depth-of-field lens, and an independent macro lens.
In other aspects, this model is only 7.85mm thick, weighs only 184g, supports 5G four-network coordination and Wi-Fi6+, supports 66W super-fast charging, 60% charging in 15 minutes, 100% charging in 35 minutes, and NFC smart Flashcard and other functions.
From the software side, the N8 Pro comes with an Android-based software system instead of HarmonyOS. In terms of the verdict, the phone is just a copy past of Huawei Nova 8 Pro, and the new variant only has the TD Tech logo on the back of the device.