Sometimes spending close to a thousand bucks on a smartphone can be a rather painful experience, especially if you’re the type that likes to switch it up every now and then, meaning that you could be out several thousand a year if you change phones enough times. If you’d rather not drop that kind of cash, there are plenty of options that you can consider.
In fact during IFA 2016, Huawei announced a pair of mid-rangers in the form of the Huawei Nova and the Huawei Nova Plus. Both handsets are of the mid-range variety so in reality there’s really not much to shout about, but they are specced pretty decently so if you want a phone that’s good enough to get the job done, this could be it.
Starting with the Huawei Nova, this phone packs a 5-inch Full HD display, 3GB of RAM, a Snapdragon 625 chipset, 32GB of storage, a 12MP rear-facing camera, an 8MP front-facing camera, Cat 6 LTE, a 3,020mAh battery, USB-C, and Android 6.0 Marshmallow. The Nova Plus, as its name implies, will be the larger of the two phones.
It will come with a 5.5-inch Full HD display, a 16MP rear-facing camera with OIS, a 3,340mAh battery, but other than that the rest of its specs will be similar to the smaller Nova. In terms of price, Huawei has priced the phones at €399 and €429 respectively and will be available in October.