On Monday, Chinese telecom giant Huawei released two mid-end smartphones, Nova 10 and Nova 10 Pro, targeting vloggers and livestreamers. The new phones are built with high-spec front cameras and video-centric features like filming with two cameras simultaneously and auto-tracking the subject. Nova 10 Pro has two front cameras, supporting up to 5-time digital zoom and 4K resolution filming. While Nova 10 only has one front camera. The two models come with Qualcomm’s mid-end processor Snapdragon 778G, without 5G support. Nova 10 Pro has a slightly larger 6.78-inch display with a pill-hole design for extra space for its dual cameras. While Nova 10 has a 6.67-inch punch-hole display. The series has a price range of RMB 2,699 to RMB 3,999 ($403 to $597). [TechNode reporting]