Huawei has launched a couple of new handsets this week. The new devices are sequels to the original Nova and Nova Plus smartphones from last year. The company did say recently that it was going to officially confirm the details about these devices in the near future and now it has. The new devices come with specs improvements and subtle design improvements as well.

Like their predecessors, the Huawei Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus both have a metal unibody design and similar specifications. The big difference between them is the display size and battery.

The Huawei Nova 2 features a 5-inch full HD display with a HiSilicon Kirin 659 processor, 4GB RAM, 64GB of storage, a 20 megapixel front and 12 megapixel + 8 megapixel dual rear camera with LED flash. The handset also features a 2,950mAh battery, Android 7.0 Nougat with EMUI 5.1, fingerprint sensor, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a USB Type-C port.

Huawei Nova 2 Plus has a larger 5.5 inch full HD display with the same processor and RAM. It does have more storage, 128GB to be precise. It has the same 20 megapixel front and 12 megapixel + 8 megapixel dual camera system on the back. The battery is bigger as well, it’s a 3,340mAh pack.

Huawei has only launched the Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus in China so far where they will be available in black, gold, green, blue and rose gold colors for $465 and $423 respectively. No word as yet on when the company is going to launch them in other markets.

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