Huawei launched cellphones that offer satellite-mediated connections, the Nova 12 Ultra and Nova 12 Pro.
Satellite connections are starting to become a feature offered on modern cellphones as a communication system that allows users to communicate in times of emergency.
Huawei Nova 12 Ultra comes with a 6.76 inch LTPO OLED screen with a screen refresh rate of 1-120Hz, which means this cellphone has an adaptive refresh rate.
Interestingly, this screen is protected with Kunlun Glass with a “pill” appearance at the top center for the two cameras, namely a 60MP ultrawide camera (100? FOV and autofocus) combined with an 8MP unit (2x optical zoom) for the portrait feature.
The rear panel of the Nova 12 Ultra is covered in faux leather and has 3D embossing of the Huawei and Nova brands. This rear design is also equipped with space for a 50 MP main camera and an 8 MP ultrawide camera.
Nova 12 Ultra runs on the HarmonyOS 4 operating system and has up to 1TB of internal storage. Huawei has not mentioned the processor on its official website, but it is believed that the smartphone uses the Kirin 9000S.
The smartphone also has satellite calling and messaging supported by the two-way Beidou satellite messaging system, and the whole package is fueled by a 4,600 mAh battery that draws up to 100W of power via the USB-C port.
Other advantages of the Huawei Nova 12 Ultra include an in-display fingerprint scanner, dual-band GPS, NFC, and stereo speakers. Furthermore, for the Huawei Nova 12 Pro, in general the specifications from the chip to the embedded features are no different.
The Pro version is only available in two colors, namely Blue and Light Gray with only two storage memory variants offered, namely 256 GB and 512 GB.
Meanwhile, the Ultra version consists of three color choices, Blue, Light Grey, and Black, with a larger internal memory offering, namely 512 GB and 1 TB.
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