There is probably no 5G data connection here now, not because Huawei cannot play with the new network, but because the device equipped with an as yet unknown chipset is an entry-level offer. In its category, it is very similar to the Oppo A17, which was actually presented in Asia at a favorable price, or at least in the lowest price category, but by the time it reached the shores of the Netherlands, it managed to jump up a category. And then the domestic extras are nowhere to be found.
The Huawei Nova Y61 promises to be better with the Type-C port, 22.5 watt fast charging and NFC, but it can only show 5.1 Bluetooth and the 2 megapixel macro camera does not significantly increase the user experience, the 50 megapixel main camera and the 2 megapixel in addition to a depth sensor, but the extra sensor is typically included in the price.
Here, too, the panel only displays content in 720 x 1600 pixel resolution, with a 60 Hz refresh rate on 6.52 inches, and a 5 megapixel front camera. There is also a jack here, the battery is also 5000 mAh, and the memory comes in a 4/64 GB version. We don’t yet know what premium the more modern charging port and fast charging with pleasant performance will mean, but in the European market it will be difficult to compensate for the lack of Google services.