Huawei Nova 13 Series to Debut Featuring Kirin 9010 Chipset

huawei nova 13 series
Huawei Nova 12

 

Huawei is now shifting towards the upcoming Huawei Nova 13 Series lineup, set to make its grand entrance in the Chinese market this June.

The Nova 13 Pro and Nova 13 Ultra might just pack the same powerhouse Kirin chip found in the Pura 70 series. That’s right! The Kirin 9010 SoC, which fuels the Pura 70 Pro, Pro+, and Ultra, could be the driving force behind these new Nova devices.

Huawei Nova 13 Series Features

Adding to the excitement, it seems Huawei‘s renowned XMAGE imaging tech, typically reserved for the Pura and Mate flagship series, is poised to make its mark on the Huawei Nova 13 Series. With promises of boosted performance, durability, and imaging prowess over the Nova 12 lineup, these new smartphones are gearing up to redefine user experience.

But hold on, there’s more! Rumor has it that the Huawei Nova 13 Series will not only flaunt the Kirin 9010 chipset but also sport a slightly curved screen for all models except the standard one, which opts for a flat display. Plus, brace yourselves for a possible 1.5K resolution treat across the board. And let’s not forget about the enhanced selfie game – dual front-facing cameras could be in the cards for superior snaps.

And the plot thickens! The Huawei Nova 13 Series is said to be jumping on the 5G bandwagon, ensuring blazing-fast connectivity for users. What’s more, these smartphones will be running on the new HarmonyOS Next, promising a seamless and intuitive user experience.

harmonyos

But here’s the kicker,  with features like variable aperture for the primary camera, a periscope telephoto camera, and even satellite connectivity support, the Nova 13 series is shaping up to be a game-changer.

Excited? Stay tuned for further updates on the Huawei Nova 13 Pro and Nova 13 Ultra. You never know, they might just make their debut in the Philippines! Keep those eyes wide open for more news!