Huawei has launched its new smartphone Nova 5T and it becomes the first one to have Google applications in it.
Previously, it has been announced that just as other new range Huawei smartphones, this one would also not include any Google applications.
Priced at £399, the new Nova 5T possesses a glamorous outlook with a 6.26-inch display, four-camera array, and side-mounted fingerprint sensor. It also features a 3750 mAh battery along with 6 GB RAM and 128 GB storage option.
As the ban was instrumental from September, the Nova 5T launched in the month of August in China, didn’t become a part of it like the other launches such as Huawei Mate 30 and Mate 30 Pro. The September-launched models do not support any Google applications in them.
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Sported with 48MP main camera and 16MP snapper, equipped with an ultra-wide-angle lens and two-megapixel bokeh camera and macro camera of the same megapixel.
If you are an ardent user of Huawei smartphones and devices and do not want to let go of the opportunity to use Google applications, then get your hands on the Nova 5T now!