The Huawei Nova 11 Ultra is the flagship model of the new line of mid range smartphones from the company. And according to report, it will be the first of its kind to support satellite communications.


This feature is expected put it on par with the Mate 50 and P60 series, which are currently the only Huawei smartphones with satellite communication support. The insider has confirmed that the Nova 11 Ultra will receive heavy duty Kunlun glass, which is stronger than the Gorilla Glass Victus 2 found on the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra and other flagship models. It will also feature a variable aperture lens in the main camera unit, allowing for better image quality.

Huawei Nova 11 Ultra Will Be First Mid-Range Phone With Satellite Communication Support

Despite these impressive features, the Nova 11 Ultra will not have the latest Snapdragon 8 Plus Gen 1 platform as initially rumored. Instead, it will come with the Snapdragon 778G 4G platform. However, the rest of the specifications are impressive.

The Nova 11 Ultra will have a 6.78 inch OLED screen. With a resolution of 2652 x 1200 pixels and a frame rate of 120 Hz.

Its front camera will have sensors with a resolution of 60 and 8 megapixels, and it will support 2x zoom. The main camera system will feature a 50 megapixel sensor with an RYYB layout and a variable aperture lens. The device will have a 4500 mAh battery with support for 100 watt charging. And it will be 7.99 mm thick and weigh 188 grams.

Source has a track record of accurately predicting specifications and release dates for smartphones. The insider was the first to announce the specifications and release dates of Redmi K50 and Xiaomi 12.

Therefore, it is likely that the information about the Huawei Nova 11 Ultra is reliable. Overall, the Nova 11 Ultra looks like it will be a strong contender in the mid range smartphone market. With impressive features that will put it ahead of many current flagship models.



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