The phone has a 6-inch full HD+ (2160 x 1080) display, 2.5D curved glass, the aspect ratio of 18:9, HiSilicon Kirin 960 SoC which has 64-bit octa-core and GPU that is Mali G71 Octa-core. The device is available in two different variants, 4GB and 6GB of RAM. The Oreo beta upgrades Huawei's EMUI skin to version 8.0, and packs improvements such as picture-in-picture mode, battery-saving limits on background processes, and granular notifications settings. The rear cameras consist of 16MP RGB and 20MP monochrome shooters with f/1.8 apertures, while the primary front-facing camera is a 20MP sensor paired with a 2MP shooter. All the cameras feature different functions so you can get the ideal shots every time you use them.More news: Coca (KO) Position Has Upped by Capital World Investors
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Newly added home screen shortcuts let you quickly access the app features you use most frequently. The phone also features an LED flash light on both the sides, front and back besides the cameras. The phone comes with 4GB & 6GB RAM. Users can further expand storage up to 256GB by adding a microSD card. The phone has 3,340 mAh of non-removable battery.
If we talk about the design of the device, it features durable body with premium chassis.
Looking at its list of specifications, the Nova 2S is the most well-equipped device in the Nova series. The smartphone will be available in Black, Gray, Red, Rose Gold and Blue colour options. As 2017 comes to a close, though, we're expecting to see an increasing number of smartphones to get a taste of Oreo, and Huawei's might be the first out of the gate. The 6GB + 64GB variant costs CNY 2,999 ($453) while the 6GB + 128GB model is CNY3,499 ($528). The price of Huawei Nova 2s smartphone starts from CNY 2,699 which is approximately equal to Rs.26,300.