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Hi Nova: Huawei’s solution to get around sanctions

Huawei has not given up and continues to fight despite the introduction of penalties. Honor was sold once all of the company’s sub-brands, without exception, were sanctioned, allowing it to continue to function completely in the market. They have devised another solution, which they call Hi Nova.

Hi Nova


The Chinese state-owned China Post owns Hi Nova, which was launched in 2021. And then, out of nowhere, China Post released its own smartphones, which look eerily identical to Huawei’s Nova series. And the interesting thing is that in 2019, China Post and Huawei struck a collaboration arrangement.

It is simple to assume that Huawei is responsible for the development, manufacture, and production of mobile devices, while China Post is solely responsible for the nameplate and the acquisition of components, which Huawei has restricted access. Huawei received the components it required, including 5G chips, in such an easy manner. It can also use Google services to install the most recent version of Android on handsets.


Huawei’s solution to get around the penalties is called Hi Nova.


The Hi nova 9 Pro smartphone, which was created as a result of the rebranding of Huawei Nova 9 Pro, is an example of such circumvention of sanctions and cooperative cooperation between the two firms. It boasts a 6.72-inch OLED screen with a resolution of 26761236 pixels and support for HDR10 +, as well as a Snapdragon 778G CPU, 8 GB of RAM, and 128/256 GB of storage. A quad rear camera with 50 MP, 8 MP, 2 MP, and 2 MP, a 32 MP front camera, and a 4000 mAh battery with quick 100-watt charging are all included.

Hi Nova-branded devices are only accessible in China at this time. However, experts do not rule out the possibility that this company’s product line may expand and, eventually, appear outside of China.


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