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Huawei launches nova 5T smartphone for $699

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The nova 5T Crush Blue model. The nova 5T Crush Blue model. Supplied

Chinese telecommunications equipment vendor Huawei Technologies has launched the nova 5T smartphone in Australia, claiming it offers flagship performance at a price of $699.

A statement from the company said the device had a rear quad-camera setup with a 48MP main sensor, 16MP ultra-wide sensor and 2MP macro and bokeh lenses.

The firm's Super Night Mode and AI Image stabilisation are claimed to ensure excellent shots in a full range of lighting scenarios, while the 32MP front-facing camera is said to provide sharp images for selfies and video calls.

The nova 5T has an "impressive" display with colours and in-depth detail offered by the 6.26-inch Huawei Punch FullView display. There are AI-enhanced video editing tools to refine content on the go.

Huawei Consumer Business Australia managing director Larking Huang said: "Huawei is known for class-leading performance, photography and design, and we are thrilled to bring these features to even more users.

nova5T black

The nova 5T black model. Supplied

"With our lightning fast Kirin 980 chipset, long lasting battery and pro-grade camera, users will experience features to a standard expected with flagship models, all for an unbelievable price.”

The smartphone can be obtained from JB Hi-Fi, The Good Guys, and Mobileciti.

Specifications

Price $699

Colours Crush Blue and Black

Dimensions 154.3 x 74.0 x 7.87 mm

CPU Kirin 980, 7nm, 2x NPU. Octa-Core (2 x Cortex-A76 2.6 GHz+ 2 x Cortex-A76 1.92 GHz + 4 x Cortex-A55 1.8 GHz)

RAM 8 GB

Internal Storage 128GB

Display Punch FullView display. 6.26” IPS LCD 2340 x 1080

Front camera 32MP

Rear camera 48MP + 16MP + 2MP + 2MP

NFC Yes

Battery 3750mAh

Charging 22.5W Supercharge

SIM Dual SIM

Fingerprint sensor Side-mounted

OS Platform Android 9 + EMUI 9.1

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