Huawei has released the cheapest phone in the Nova 10 lineup. When it comes to its design and other specifications, it’s not much different from its other phones.
The Nova 10 Youth Edition uses a Snapdragon 680 chipset, and its battery has a capacity of 4000mAh with support for 66W fast wired charging. When it comes to memory, this phone has 8GB of RAM and is available in two storage options, 128GB and 256 GB. It uses an OLED panel for display and runs on Harmony OS 2.0.
The Nova 10 Youth Edition features a main camera with two small 2MP units, one 8MP ultrawide, and a 108MP sensor. It has a 16MP camera on the front side with a punch-hole design.
This phone is available in two color options in China, which are blue and black. The price of this phone varies depending on the memory option, with the 128GB variant priced at $246 and the 256GB variant priced at $275.