Back at IFA 2016 in Berlin, Germany, Huawei unveiled a couple of premium mid-range smartphones going by the name Nova. The two devices (Nova and Nova Plus) had 3GB RAM each.
Today, the company is adding a 4GB RAM variant to the lineup. This is likely to be its way of appeasing most of the potential buyers of the devices in its home market of China where “more is always better” and 6GB RAM devices are the latest fad while 4GB RAM is pretty much a standard.
Even then, Huawei is expected to make the new variant available globally.
Besides the addition of LTE-A carrier aggregation, the new variant retains all of the other specifications of the Nova and Nova Plus that we looked at earlier on. Colour options have been narrowed down to just two, black and white.