Huawei recently introduced a new smartphone model called nova Y90. This machine has a beautiful design, mid-range performance, and 5000mAh battery but still does not support a 5G network due to embargo policies from the US.
Huawei Nova Y90 uses the design of the high-end Mate40 series, very similar to the main camera cluster located on the back. The device has a square frame and has 4 colors for users to choose from: blue, white, green, and black.
On the front, Nova Y90 is equipped with a 6.7-inch screen using eight IPS LCD platforms with FHD resolution, a 90Hz refresh rate, and a 270Hz touch sampling frequency. This screen is a “mole” screen with an 8MP selfie camera placed in the middle.
Huawei equips the Nova Y90 with 3 main camera systems located in a circular module, including 50MP wide-angle camera and 2MP dual camera support.
In terms of performance, the Nova Y90 is on par with OPPO Reno7 4G thanks to its Snapdragon 680 processor, a mid-range processor for decent performance. The device has 8GB RAM and 128GB storage. The battery has a capacity of 5000mAh and supports 40W fast charging technology. Y90 runs on HarmonyOS operating system, using all Huawei services instead of Google.
Currently, Huawei has not announced the official price at the same time as the launch of this device.