Huawei Nova 8 SE was introduced with OLED display, 5G connection and 66 watt charge

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Huawei previously introduced the Nova 7SE in early May this year, and now, more than six months later, it is unveiling a new model called the Huawei nova 8 SE. The new Huawei phone is only 7.46 mm thick, weighs 178 grams, and its design language is such that the design of the iPhone 12 series phones evokes in our minds.

Huawei Nova 8SE phone with 6.53 inch screen OLED uses FHD + resolution, with a drop-shaped cutout at the top to host a 16-megapixel selfie camera. Thanks to the use of OLED display, Huawei has been able to move the fingerprint sensor below the screen. The display of the Huawei Nova 8SE supports the HDR10 standard for better display of visual content.

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