After unveiling the P60 Series last month, Huawei continues its string of releases with the mid-range nova 11 series. For the first time in the lineup, Huawei includes an Ultra variant that inherits a few key features from the P60.
All three nova 11 models come with a 4G version of the Snapdragon 778G, a 4500mAh battery, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera, and a 60-megapixel selfie camera that can shoot 4K selfie videos. All three models come with HarmonyOS 3.0 out of the box.
Starting off with the vanilla model, you get a 6.7-inch 120hz OLED display with Kunlun glass (for select variants) and a punch-hole. Its triple rear camera setup consists of a 50-megapixel RYYB main camera, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide, and a color temperature sensor. Charging is done using Huawei’s 66w wired solution.
Moving on with the Pro model, you get a 6.78-inch 120hz curved OLED display with a pill-shaped punch-hole that adds an 8-megapixel ultra-wide on top of the 60-megapixel main selfie shooter. Charging speeds is faster on the Pro model, with support for 100w wired charging.
As for the nova 11 Ultra, this one inherits the variable aperture system found on the P60 for its 50-megapixel RYYB main camera–making it the first time a mid-range phone has such a feature. Aside from that, the Ultra version also gets support for Beidou satellite–though this feature will only work in China, at least for now.
The nova 11 Ultra retails for CNY 4499(~Php 36.7k) in China for the 512GB variant, while the Pro model starts at CNY 3499(~Php 28.5k) for the regular 256GB model. The vanilla model starts at CNY 2499(~Php 20.4k) for the regular 128GB variant.