Huawei’s latest decision might arrive as intriguing for some, while others are used to the company’s recent decision. It seems that the manufacturer wants to change the future of its devices completely. The choice of expanding the Nova series with the release of the Huawei Nova 7i in Malaysia resurfaced recently.
Such a thing will mark the first smartphone from the Nova 7 installments and is believed to come as a rebranded Nova 6 SE on February 14. Huawei had officially confirmed back in December the Nova 6 series. The device arrived as comprising two more smartphones, Nova 6 and Nova 6 5G.
Huawei Nova 7i Model – Possible Specs
The Huawei Nova 7i will be introduced with hardware that resembles the one from Nova 6 SE. It begins with the display, the upcoming device packing a fantastic LCD of 6.4-inches. It will also provide 1080×2340 pixel resolutions, and it will showcase a punch-hole for the front camera (the selfie one).
The device is most likely to be packed with a quad-rear camera feature embodying a 48 MP Sony IMX 586 main lens. An 8 MP ultra-broad-angle sensor will support the primary lens, a 2 MP macro sensor, and another one of 2 MP sensor for producing one of the most fantastic bokeh effects.
The selfie camera will arrive with an f/2.0 aperture equipped in the notch’s interior. Moreover, the Huawei Nova 7i will utilize an in-house Kirin 810 processor. Such a feature is supposed to go along perfectly with the ARM Mali-G52 MP6 GPU. As for the device’s RAM, 8 GB will be packed, and a storage of 128GB, which users can expand it up to 256GB.
It is still unknown if the device will be launched with an Android 10 OS-based EMUI skin. We can also expect a smooth feature, such as a side-placed fingerprint scanner for biometric authentication for the Huawei Nova 7i model.