Huawei Nova 9 SE wants to seduce young people and arrives on April 8 for 359.99 euros – Hardware

Huawei is again launching new smartphone models in the domestic market aimed at a younger audience. The Nova 9 SE hits stores on April 8 and stands out for its attractive design, especially the white and blue versions, which are highlighted by their special finish, based on the original Nova 9 model aimed at content creators for social networks, vloggers and all those who are always ready to capture the moments around them.

And because it obeys the urgency of always being operational for creative moments, the smartphone has a 66 W SuperCharge charger and a 4,000 mAh battery. The manufacturer claims that the equipment can fully recharge the battery in 38 minutes. And in just 15 minutes of charging, when you don’t have time for more, it guarantees an all-day charge.

The smartphone promises more elements that appeal to the taste of young audiences. The Nova 9 SE hits the market with an updated EMUI 12 operating system, offering PC sharing functionality via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth with one touch via Widget; features that, according to the brand, are associated with high-end equipment. The smartphone has more streamlined connectivity with the brand’s own peripherals, including headphones. Huawei also highlights smart folders, which allow direct access to applications. The new smartphone comes with Phone Clone technology, so you can replicate all apps, contacts, files on your Android device. A measure that aims to fill the lack of direct access to Google Services.

See in the gallery of images of the Huawei Nova 9 SE:

The stars of the new smartphone remain its cameras. The large 108 MP lens sensor ensures that more light enters, in addition to using the XD Fusion Engine which optimizes every image layer. It has a 2MP depth lens, an 8MP ultra-wide angle lens and a 2MP macro lens. Visual optimizations are not lacking, in particular the beauty mode, capable of working on photographs via AI to ensure more quality, even when zooming. Huawei says the system has a balance of color and contrast in nighttime environments. With its wide angle, the 8 MP camera can capture more on-screen elements, but the macro can highlight the details of closer and closer objects.

Additionally, the selfie camera is optimized to capture photos in different modes, including environments with lower light conditions. The possibility of continuous video recording, allowing not only to switch between the front and rear camera, but also to join the two images simultaneously. This feature is great for unboxing, showing the product and user reaction, as seen on Instagram and YouTube.

Its remote shutter allows some Huawei smartwatch models to interact with the camera and thus take pictures remotely. The equipment includes Petal Clip software, which is an editor that allows you to create videos, adding effects and adjustments to videos.

The design of the smartphone is elegant, with a thin chassis of 7.94 mm thick. It has a 6.78-inch full-screen display and professional P3 color gamut, with a 90Hz refresh rate. It can be purchased in black, white and blue, the latter two with a nano-grid “rays” of the camera module, giving it an extra charm to the design. The smartphone is equipped with the Snapdragon 680 processor.

The more affordable price is another aspect to highlight in this version, especially for all the cameras available, underlines the brand. It has a price of 359.99 euros, equivalent to a mid-range device, but which Huawei emphasizes by offering features of its high-end models, such as the P50, for example.

Huawei’s new smartphone benefits from an installment payment campaign, allowing those interested in the equipment to pay a deposit, in this case of 10 euros, guaranteeing a final discount of 50 euros at checkout. The smartphone arrives in stores on April 8 and offers the Freebuds 4i, which have a value of 99.99 euros. It also offers a three-month subscription to the Huawei Music service and 50 GB of Huawei Cloud.

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