After the Wi-Fi edition of the Huawei MatePad Pro and the Nova 7i, Huawei has decided to add new products into the MatePad and Nova 7 series – the 5G version of the Huawei MatePad Pro, Nova 7 5G, and the Nova 7 SE 5G.
Huawei MatePad Pro 5G
To recap, the Huawei MatePad Pro 5G is powered by the company’s latest Kirin 990 5G chipset paired with 8GB of RAM and 256GB of storage. There is a 7,250mAh battery which supports 40W fast charging. Not only that, it also supports both wireless and reverse wireless charging.
Having a 10.8-inch 2K QHD display, it has a 16:10 aspect ratio, that supports the DCI-P3 cinematic colour gamut. What’s different is that the Huawei MatePad Pro 5G supports 5G connectivity, so you will be able to insert a SIM card and this lets you enjoy MeeTime anywhere.
Huawei Nova 7 Series
There are a total of four devices in the Huawei Nova 7 series, but it seems the Nova 7 Pro 5G will not be launching this round. Apart from the Nova 7i, the Nova 7 5G and Nova 7 SE 5G will be launching next.
To recap, the Huawei Nova 7 series devices share certain similarities. They all have 5G connectivity, 8GB of RAM, a 64MP main camera sensor, as well as a 4,000mAh battery with 40W Quick Charge support. The main difference between these phones is the processor. The Nova 7 SE runs on a Kirin 820 chipset, while the Nova 7 5G will have the Kirin 985 chipset.
Nova 7 5G
Moving on to the middle child, the Nova 7 has a tad bit smaller FHD+ display at 6.53-inches with a single keyhole notch that houses a 32MP selfie camera. On the rear, its 8MP periscope sensor has been exchanged for an 8MP telephoto sensor instead. This model will only be sold at a later date.
Nova 7 SE 5G
Not to be confused with the Nova 7i, the “youngest” of the bunch, the Nova 7 SE has a 6.5-inch IPS display with a 16MP selfie sensor housed in the top left punch hole notch. For its rear camera system, it still has a 64MP main camera sensor, but the rest is an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, 2MP macro sensor, and a 2MP depth sensor. The Nova 7 SE 5G will be sold first on the 19th of June, and it will come in three colours – silver, purple, and Crush Green.
Huawei FreeBuds 3i
To recap, the Huawei FreeBuds 3i features active noise cancellation (ANC). The Huawei Freebuds 3i has a 3-mic system with two outward-facing microphones, and the third facing inwards. According to Huawei, the ANC feature can also filter noise up to 32dB, with IPX4 water resistance rating. So, you can definitely workout without worrying sweat will get in the way.
Huawei is claiming that the FreeBuds 3i will last up to 3.5 hours on a single charge for music listening. As for calls, it can last up to 2.5 hours. With the charging case, it can provide an additional 14.5 hours of listening time. Huawei mentioned that the Freebuds 3i will take about an hour to be fully charged with the case, while the case will need a little over an hour to fully charge.
Huawei P40 Pro+
The Huawei P40 Pro+ will also finally make its debut soon. To recap, the P40 Pro+ is powered by the Kirin 990 5G chipset, paired with 8GB RAM and 512GB storage. It has a five camera setup, consisting of the 50MP RYYB main sensor, 40MP cine ultra-wide sensor, 8MP SuperZoom sensor, and 8MP Telephoto sensor, and 3D depth sensor.
It also runs on a 4,200mAh battery that supports 40W wired and wireless charging. It will only be available in Ceramic White, and at the price of RM4,999.
Pricing and Availability
As of this writing, there is no pricing information yet. But, we do know the following. Huawei has already listed these upcoming products on their official website.