Huawei, fresh from launching the P9, is back with two new phones with a lower price, designed for the younger market.
The Huawei Nova is the first of the two, with a 5-inch 1080p screen inside a metal and curved glass body, with an advanced fingerprint scanner on the back, 3GB of RAM and a Snapdragon 625 chipset inside.
The main selling point will be the battery life: at 3020mAh, that's a large power pack for this class of phone, with more juice on offer than you'll see on the Samsung Galaxy S7.
Huawei is claiming that it's got 30% better battery than the Snapdragon 615 which powered the previous Huawei G8 .
It's also got the improved USB-C port on the bottom, along with 32GB of internal storage and a MicroSD slot which can curiously only handle cards up to 128GB .
The camera on the back is a fairly standard-sounding 12MP affair, with an f2.2 aperture, and an 8MP, f.20 aperture snapper on the front...