Huawei has officially unveiled its latest smartphone, the Nova 11 SE, boasting a powerful 108MP main camera and an incredibly slim design. While the phone lacks 5G connectivity, it packs a punch with its impressive features and affordable price tag.
The Nova 11 SE is powered by the Snapdragon 680 chipset, an LTE-only processor built on a 6nm process with a 2.4GHz CPU. While the RAM capacity remains undisclosed, the phone is expected to offer a smooth and responsive performance for everyday tasks.
The smartphone sports a 10-bit 6.67-inch flat OLED display with Full HD+ resolution, a 90Hz refresh rate, and 100% DCI-P3 color gamut coverage. For selfie enthusiasts, a 32MP front-facing camera captures stunning photos and records videos at up to 1080p resolution.
The Nova 11 SE's svelte 7.39mm profile houses a 4,500mAh battery, supporting 66W fast charging that promises a full charge in just 32 minutes. The phone runs on HarmonyOS 4, Huawei's latest operating system, offering a revamped notification center, enhanced security features, and a Live Window for expanded multitasking.
The Nova 11 SE comes equipped with NFC for contactless payments, a dual nano-SIM slot, and an under-display fingerprint scanner for added security. Available in Green, White, and Black, the phone's pricing starts at CNY 1,999 $273/€257 for the 256GB variant and CNY 2,199 $300/€285 for the 512GB model. Pre-orders are currently open in China, with sales commencing on November 3.