Huawei will release a new Nova 3 smartphone with quad-camera setup this July 2018
Half year is now gone and there are still some more gadgets to look forward to, that includes Huawei and new reports are saying that they are manufacturing a new Nova 3 thanks to the recent certification by TENAA in China. Furthermore, it seems that the company has confirmed the launch date on 18 July 2018 as well in Shenzhen Universiade Stadium.
So what can we expect? According to TENAA, it seems that the Nova 3 is a pretty big smartphone coming with a 6.3-inch display, most probably in FullView with a notch supporting 1080p resolution. The processor power is just mid-range, though, featuring an octa-core Kirin 659 chipset clocking in 2.36GHz, 6GB of RAM and will have two storage variant choices - 64GB and 128GB, with an expandable memory available via microSD card slot.
Like the Nova 2i last year, the Nova 3 will also have a quad-camera setup with two for each side. The dual front camera sports a 24MP + 2MP while the rear uses a 16MP + 24MP sensor. The fingerprint scanner will be located behind.
Well this sounds like an advanced version of the Nova 2i, not that we are complaining. But what do you think? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned for more Huawei news at TechNave.com.