The Huawei Nova Y90 smartphone’s launch date in the Philippines has been confirmed. Regrettably, Huawei didn’t reveal details about the model. Now, the Chinese tech behemoth is on the verge of unveiling a new smartphone dubbed the Nova Y90 in the Philippines. The company announced the Huawei Nova Y90 Philippines launch date at its APAC Smart Office Launch 2022. The event took place in Thailand last month.

To recap, Huawei confirmed that the Nova Y90 is headed to Malaysia back in July. Now, it will be bringing the handset into the Philippines market. The Huawei Nova Y90 smartphone’s launch in the Philippines will take place on August 12. The company shared a teaser image of the Nova Y90 on the official Facebook page. The teaser confirms the device will arrive on August 12. However, the description doesn’t confirm the handset’s moniker.

Notably, it simply notes that a new Huawei smartphone is coming soon. The Huawei Nova Y90 was launched back in June this year. The handset is gaining popularity among Gen-Z and young millennial users that are tech-savvy. Further, it appeals more to young users due to its eye-catching outward appearance. For instance, it adopts the trademark Huawei Space Ring design seen on the Mate 40 Pro and other premium models. Also, it is easy on the pocketbook.

Huawei Nova Y90 Launch Date In The Philippines

Despite carrying a reasonable price tag, the Nova Y90 boasts sufficiently good specifications. It sports a 6.7-inch Edgeless FullView display with a 90Hz refresh rate. Moreover, this LCD panel has ultra-narrow bezels. It delivers a high screen-to-body ratio of 94 percent. Further, the screen provides impressive touch-sampling rates of 270Hz. The screen comes with features that protect your eyes, as well. In the photography department, the Nova Y90 features a triple rear camera setup.


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First off, it houses a 50MP main camera. It captures enhanced photos even in low-lit surroundings. Also, it offers an improved image dynamic range, courtesy of Think Super Night Shot. Further, the cameras adopt Huawei’s 4-in-1 pixel-binning technology. The cameras also use the RAW multi-frame fusion algorithm for capturing unparalleled photos. Moreover, it comes with Front/Rear Dual-view Video support. So, you can record using the front, as well as the rear-mounted cameras at the same time.

Upfront, the Nova Y90 houses an 8MP shooter for capturing selfies and video calling. Moreover, the device packs a robust 5,000mAh battery. The cell provides up to 34 hours of calling and 15 hours of watching online videos. Also, it supports 12 hours of gaming, and 12 hours of watching short videos. Lastly, this cell delivers a standby time of up to a whopping 418 hours. It supports 40-watt fast charging. You get a SuperCharge power brick in the box.

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