Before revising the design, I must specify that the model of the Huawei Nova 9SE it is JLN-LX3 and the presentation is Crystal Blue. The finish is quite attractive until you start to touch it. The plastic on the frame and back makes the phone feel somewhat ordinary, but it doesn’t slip out of your hands. One detail is that the back is so shiny that fingerprints and hand grease are recorded. At least the box comes with a clear protector.
The screen bezel is comfortable to the touch and the overall design makes the phone feel quite solid at 191 grams. The camera case is too big for my taste, but it matches the glossy finish on the back.
Other details of Huawei Nova 9SE to consider are the USB-C port, the Dual SIM tray and the fingerprint reader on the side. It does not have a Jack port and there is only one speaker available at the bottom of the phone. This works against you if you accidentally cover the audio output while playing.
Full analysis of the Huawei Nova 9SE
The screen is 6.78-inch LCD and Full HD + with a resolution of 2388 x 1080 and density of 387 ppi. With all this, the panel occupies 89.4% in relation to the body of the device. The base brightness is 450 nits and at maximum you will have no problems with direct light. At the software level, the phone has eBook Mode to read in grayscale, the Dark Mode of life and Color Mode to set the temperature of the tones. You can also set the refresh rate to be up to 90Hz.
In terms of performance, the processor of the Huawei Nova 9SE it is Snapdragon 680 with 6GB RAM, 128GB storage, while the operating system is EMUI 12. To this we must add the Apps Assistant and Games Zone to improve the phone’s performance when playing. There you can choose to block other apps, activate the accelerator and others.
In the particular case of huaweiI consider downloading APKs part of performance because it’s part of how the company manages to satisfy users. Petal Search and App Gallery should help you out for casual searches. What yes is that you will have to resort to Gspace to have all the Google services.
In the same way I tested the phone with Geekbench and I got 382 points in Single-Core and 1450 in Multi-Core, being above the Redmi Note 7 and below the Note 8 Pro and Poco X3 NFC.
About autonomy, the 4000 mAh battery lasts just over a day with moderate use. The good thing is that the box includes the 66W charger, so you can go from 0 to 100 in 40 minutes.
Finally, the rear camera consists of a 108MP main sensor, an 8MP wide angle sensor, a 2MP depth sensor and a 2MP frame sensor. Here I highlight the functions super macro for captures from 4cm away and Two Views to use both the rear camera and the 16MP selfie camera, as well as AI support and AI Lens that becomes an assistant depending on what you point the camera at. In case you want to record, you can do it up to 1920 x 1080 at 30 FPS.