I'm playing the pronunciation over and over again but I cannot say it myself: Is the word new in British English and similar ones pronounced as [nyu], like the word meow, or is it pronounced like [ñu:] with the spanish ñ or Czech and Turmen ň?
To an English-speaking ear, these two variants (consonant sequence
ny versus palatalised
ñ) sound identical. In fact, your question is probably incomprehensible to most monolingual English speakers.
For myself (British English), I pronounce it as a palatalised
ñ. But either variant is fine, and nobody will notice the difference.
In BrE, new is pronounced with a /y/ sound: "nyew". In AmE, it is "noo".
new [adjective] uk /njuː/ us /nuː/