The Huawei Nova 3 has been tipped to launch
sooner rather than later, possibly sometime this month on July 18. The Philippines could be one of the first markets to see the device in stores judging from the timing of Huawei Philippines’ cryptic teasers on social media.
And if there is any doubt that the Chinese OEM’s upcoming smartphone will be carrying four cameras like the Huawei Nova 2i, bring your attention to the image below. It shows the front and rear design of the Nova 3, leaving little to the imagination. The front of the phone has a notch at the top of the screen to go along with minimal bezels on the sides and at the bottom.
This bit of information doesn’t come as a surprise considering the Huawei Nova 3 is said to completely adopt the design language and physical footprint of the Huawei P20 Lite. What jumps out to us is the presence of two front-facing cameras, which confirms what many have said about the Nova 3 — that it will come with four cameras in total, two on the front and two on the back. According to the image, at least one of the cameras is 24 megapixels.
The latest teaser shared by Huawei Philippines also hints at a quad-camera phone, in line with earlier speculation.
Huawei Philippines’ latest #OOOO #NovaStar teaser
In the photo, the glossy rear panel is shown to have a round fingerprint reader and a vertical dual-camera setup. The cameras will get AI features, which could improve scene detection and facial recognition, as well as low-light performance.
Specs-wise, the Nova 3 is expected to launch with Huawei’s new Kirin 12nm processor under the hood, which would make for a notable size reduction over older chipsets in the midrange. It could arrive with 4GB RAM or 6GB RAM and 128GB of expandable storage and the company’s GPU Turbo technology.
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