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Huawei ‘takes a detour’ to launch 5G smartphone in China

Hi nova is brand new to China, but it is related to Huawei.

Recently, a new phone called Hi nova 9 SE appeared in the Chinese market, and its design is the same as that of Huawei nova 9 SE. While Huawei has not made any announcements about this product, it seems that everyone knows this is a Huawei-branded smartphone.

We all know that Huawei is no longer allowed to launch 5G mobile phones, even in the Chinese market, but the Hi nova 9 SE is a 5G mobile phone, which shows that Huawei seems to have thought of a new product. “Detour” way.

However, according to a press release from Hi nova, it is a brand new consumer electronics brand under the China Postal Administration, focusing on electronics for young people. There is no communication between Hi nova and Huawei.

The Hi nova 9 SE looks the same as the Huawei nova 9 SE launched last month, but the internal hardware has changed slightly.

The machine is equipped with a 6.78-inch screen, using a full HD+ resolution IPS LCD panel, and the scanning frequency is increased from 90Hz to 120Hz. The screen bezel is 1.05mm thin, and the “chin” is 1.1mm thick.

On the back, the main camera group of Hi nova 9 SE consists of 4 lenses: 108MP wide-angle, 8MP ultra-wide-angle and 2MP dual-camera, similar to Huawei nova 9 SE. It has a 16MP selfie camera on the front.

In terms of performance, the Hi nova 9 SE is equipped with the Snapdragon 695 5G chip instead of the Snapdragon 680, enabling the Hi nova 9 SE to support 5G networks in the Chinese market. The device has 2 memory options, 8GB/128GB and 8GB/256GB. The battery capacity of the device is 4000mAh and supports 66W fast charging.

Hi nova 9 SE is priced from 2499 yuan, equivalent to 9 million rupiah. Available in 3 colors: white, blue and black.

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