The Chinese manufacturer has recently announced a new model, Huawei Nova 3, which is the 3rd generation smartphone from their mid-range, Nova series. The company appears to be releasing more selfie-centric smartphones with higher specs. This device seems like an upgrade to Nova 3e (globally known as P20 Lite).
Chinese brand has released a teaser that confirms 24MP + 16MP AI dual rear cameras, both with f/1.8 aperture and a 24MP + 2MP dual front cameras.
They are all set to introduce the Nova 3 in the Nova series later this month, and the phone has been certified by TENAA with model numbers PAR-TL00 and PAR-AL00. This reveals a 6.3-inch FHD+ 19:5:9 aspect ratio display with a notch, similar to the Honor Play, but this is said to feature dual cameras both on the front and back.
A whopping 6 gigs of memory will be paired with your choice of 64 or 128GB Internal storage space while Android 8.1 Oreo runs the software show. The phone is expected to come with Kirin 659, which is although an aging chipset but has proved its performance in the Honor 9 Lite. However, it is likely that the phone may come with a newer version of the chipset like the Kirin 670 or Kirin 710.
The phone will be launched on July 18 on the company’s home turf, Shenzhen, China.
Huawei has recently launched its GPU Turbo technology and aims to extend it not only to its flagships but also the mid-range phones so there is also a high chance for Nova 3 to receive the update for GPU Turbo.