ByAdeline Belluz 2019-05-30 418
In this context there is the new sighting of the Nova 5, a smartphone that should position itself on the high end, representing the direct successor of the Nova 4 (which we see at the opening). This time the device has obtained a Chinese ministerial certification, however its launch is anything but certain.
Probably Nova 5 has continued its certification process even in the midst of the criticalities that have hit the Chinese home, but now there are strong doubts about Huawei's ability to be able to bring it into a phase of mass production, given that this would mean engaging part of his stocks.
Added to this is the unknown Google certification: as we have seen, Honor 20 received it, but Honor 20 Pro no. No problem regarding a probable commercialization on Chinese soil, but this would a priori exclude its release in other markets, even in those in Asia where Google services still represent an essential added value.
In short, Huawei Nova 5 is still alive, but it is impossible to express itself about its future.
|You may also want to read:|
|Sony a7s III: rumors are back|
|Xiaomi Mi band 3 vs. Xiaomi Hey Plus: which one is better?|
|Xiaomi executives broke the news: Xiaomi A3 48MP camera|
● Over 300,000 products
● 20 different categories
● 15 local warehosues
● Multiple top brands
● Global payment options: Visa, MasterCard, American Express
● PayPal, Western Union and bank transfer are accepted
● Boleto Bancario via Ebanx (for Brazil)
● Unregistered air mail
● Registered air mail
● Priority line
● Expedited shipping
● 45 day money back guarantee
● 365 day free repair warranty
● 7 day Dead on Arrival guarantee (DOA)