This week, a couple of images of an unknown Huawei smartphone were leaked online; it was speculated to be the Huawei Nova 3, rumored to be launched by the end of 2017.
A Chinese user has leaked the upcoming Huawei Nova 3 specifications on the Chinese media-sharing platform Weibo. According to the leaks, the smartphone will sport a 5.93-inch full-screen display with an 18:9 aspect ratio and a 2160 x 1080 pixels resolution. It will be bright and vibrant with a pixel density of 407 ppi. The device will be powered by their Kirin 670 chipset clocked at 2.2 GHz and coupled with a Mali G72 MP4 GPU. There is no information about the RAM or the operating system, which we suspect to be 4 GB RAM and Android 7.1 Nougat OS.
In the optics department, the device will come with a dual-camera setup on both rear and front, like the Honor 9i, rebranded as Huawei Nova 2i in some places. The smartphone will have a combination of 20 MP +16 MP sensors on the rear and 20 MP + 2 MP on the front with LED flash support. The device will be powered by a 3340 mAh battery support for 18 W fast charging. The device includes a 3.5 mm headphone jack and Micro USB v2.0. Connectivity includes 4G LTE, WLAN Wi-Fi, GPS and more. The device may not come with the LDAF module from previous leaks and will consist of the fingerprint sensor on the top. The device has minimum bezels on the top and almost no bezels on the side.
The above pictures also confirm the device will be released this year only. The device’s USP will be its four cameras and some AI features from their Kirin range of chipset.