A Huawei Nova 3 variant with Kirin 970 chipset, 3650mAh and more might also be revealed soon
Yesterday, we reported that the Huawei Nova 3 will be a mid-range smartphone with a quad-camera setup. It's also scheduled to be released in China on 18 July 2018 and it seems that Huawei might not be reveal just one device, but actually two of them with one carrying a Kirin 970 processor.
According to sources, there are currently two models under the code name PAR-AL00 and PAR-TL00. Whichever one is the superior model, the Nova 3 with the Kirin 970 processor seems to be carrying the same 6.3-inch FullView display in 1080p, 6GB of RAM, up to 128GB internal storage but with a much bigger battery capacity of 3650mAh. To add on to that, GPU Turbo technology is integrated into the software too and that's a nice add-on for youngsters who are the target audience.
Moreover, there's also a new teaser poster showing the Nova 3 design. As expected it will come with a top-notch but larger than usual since it's housing a 24MP + 2MP dual front camera. The dual rear camera behind is using 16MP + 24MP sensors and there's a fingerprint scanner below too.
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