Huawei kick starts 2019 with the launch of the Huawei Nova 4 following its global launch last month (December) with its high-quality premium design and amazing AI camera technology
It is the first smartphone with the Punch Fullview Display to be launched in Malaysia that moves away from the typical middle notches available in most smartphones last year which apparently by research, it is the least area for a typical phone users to hold when using the phone and it is also the best camera placement angle possible for taking selfies.
This FullView display is a 6.4 inch, with a resolution of 3210 x 2080 where during my first impressions looks pleasant, and Huawei claims that their front camera size is the smallest camera available in any smartphone with a size of only 3.03mm to make the front camera barely visible. Taking the bezel-less displays to new heights, the proximity sensor is on top with a 0.85mm micro slit earpiece, which makes it easier for users to listen to the earpiece without having the phone touching your cheeks (so no more phone make up smudges!)
In terms of the internals, the Nova 4 comes with the high-end Kirin 970 (instead of the 980) Chipset, 8 GB RAM and 128 GB storage. The phone comes shipped with the latest Android 9.0 Pie, with the EMUI 9.0 Skin which is a welcome feature similiar to what has been introduced in the Huawei Mate series.
As for the camera’s specs, the main rear camera is a 20 Megapixel F 2.0, a 2 Megapixel secondary camera (depth sensor), with an aperture level of F 2.4 and an ultra wide-angle 16 megapixel F 2.2 lens
Selfie lovers will be happy to note that the front camera is equipped with a high-end 25 Megapixel F 2.0 lens and since Huawei is best at creating one of the industry’s leading AI camera features, there is almost no limit of the amount of adjustment that can be made in the phone’s AI app features.
There are two colors available, other than the standard Black, there is also the Crush Blue, which continues the gradient style of a color trend that Huawei started, since the Twilight Blue for the Huawei P20 Pro. The Huawei Nova 4 is priced at RM1,899 and it will be available on sale from the 14th of February, which will be a perfect Valentine’s gift for your selfie-loving partner or family
In addition to that, Huawei has also launched the MediaPad T5 which retails at RM999 and it’s available later that month on 28th, and also the Nova Academy together with Media Prima, Primeworks Studio and Universiti Teknologi Mara to boost the media industry forward by providing education on the media, technology, and film