The latest smartphone comes with cool video-logging features, like the 108MP Quad Camera and SuperCharge Huawei 66W, 6.78-inch FullView display, along with the EMUI 12 interface to give you a fantastic smartphone experience.
Its 6.78-inch display features 1.05mm bezels that are slim and can be easily tucked away in purses and pockets.
The phone has a 108MP AI Quad Camera system, a 1/1.52 inch sensor, 8MP Ultra-Wide-Angle 2MP Depth Camera 2MP Macro Camera, and a 16MP broad-angle AI Beauty front camera for outstanding images and superior image quality.
Because of the 108MP camera’s excellent resolution can produce more precise images that can be zoomed in and printed on an even larger scale without making the vision blurry or unreadable.
To be used for vlogging to vlog, the Huawei nova 9 SE offers features like the Dual-View Video that captures both the rear and front perspectives and combines zoom and wide shots within the same frame.
Users are also able to change between rear and front cameras when recording.
The feature of One-Click Video Compilation that the phone has can immediately edit videos and then clip them together. With the built-in Petal Clip app, users can use its editing tools using a variety of designs and templates for videos.
The phone comes with a capacity of 4,000mAh and the 64W Huawei SuperCharger, which can be charged up to 60 percent in just 16 minutes or fully charged within 36 minutes.
Based on the most recent EMUI 12, the phone is also faster and smoother response and seamless connection between Huawei devices to provide a seamless experience of working or everyday use.
Price and accessibility
The Huawei Nova 9 SE costs $199. It can be ordered before April 18, 2022, on the Huawei official website Huawei Experience Store, Huawei Official Store on Shopee, and the Huawei Flagship Store on Lazada.
It comes in three colors and three shades, including Crystal Blue, Pearl White, and Midnight Black.
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