The Resurgence of Huawei Smartphones in the Market
It can be said that the most difficult days for Huawei smartphones are now behind us. With the release of the Huawei Mate 60 series last year, it marked the official comeback of Huawei smartphones. Not only does it feature the Kirin chipset, but it also introduces two-way satellite communication technology, causing a major sensation in the industry. Even to this day, this smartphone remains quite popular, and of course, it is increasingly becoming available in stock.
Moreover, with the release of the Mate 60 series, Huawei’s smartphone sales have also significantly increased. Although it is limited in the global market, it has still created a huge impact in the domestic market. According to the latest information from the blogger “Wisdom Chip Insider,” Huawei’s market share in W2 has reached the top position, accounting for 20%, with Huawei itself holding 18.2%. It’s well-deserved recognition!
Of course, the contribution to the sales is not only from the Mate 60 series, but also from the subsequent release of the Nova 12 series, which fills the gap in the mid-range market for Huawei smartphones. The Nova 12 series includes a total of 4 models, with only the Nova 12 Vitality Edition featuring a Snapdragon chipset, while the remaining 3 models feature the Kirin chipset. Among them, the most powerful one is undoubtedly the Nova 12 Ultra. It not only features the Kirin 9000SL, which is of the same origin as the Mate 60 series, with similar daily performance, but also supports two-way BeiDou satellite messaging. This is a significant technological advancement, making it the first satellite communication mobile phone in the Nova series.
Moreover, the overall performance and configurations are quite impressive. Starting with the memory combination, it begins with 12+512GB, being quite generous, and combined with HarmonyOS 4.0, it truly ensures smooth and efficient long-term use.
In terms of photography, it features a dual rear camera design, with the main camera having 50MP supporting variable aperture. As a smartphone targeting offline enthusiasts, it naturally places significant emphasis on the front camera, featuring a centrally placed pill-shaped camera module, with a combination of 60MP and 8MP lenses, supporting 100° ultra-wide angle and 5X zoom portrait mode.
Other than that, it comes with a built-in 4600mAh battery, supporting up to 100W fast charging, and the screen is enhanced with Kunpeng glass, offering excellent anti-drop capability.
In terms of availability, this smartphone is much better than the Mate 60. Currently, some versions of this smartphone are in stock. For example, on a certain e-commerce platform, the 512GB version can be directly ordered, while the 1TB version is temporarily out of stock. Therefore, for Huawei smartphone enthusiasts, this is good news. The Kirin 9000 series chipset, along with HarmonyOS 4.0, and a lower price than the Mate 60, appears to be a good choice.
Do you think you would choose it?