Huawei Nova 7 series passed through 3C certification in China


Huawei launched nova 6 series last year with Kirin 990 chip in china. So, according to a new report from gizchina, the company recently designed the Huawei nova 7 series. Today, the device passed through 3C certification in China.

According to 3C certification, Nova 7 and 7 pro model name is JER-AN10 and JEF-AN00, which may support 40W super-fast charging as standard. In addition, Huawei Nova 7 powered by Kirin 820 5G processor and Nova 7 Pro powered by powerful Kirin 990 5G SoC. Both smartphones come up with a 5G network that was mentioned in Certification.


Moreover, the standard Huawei Nova 7 sport an LCD punch-hole screen display with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. On the other hand, high-end Huawei Nova 7 pro uses an OLED hyperboloid screen with an in-display fingerprint.

However, the nova 7 series will launch in April 2020 according to the report. it will be priced at 4,000 yuan ($570) for the base variant. As we all know Huawei P40 series will launch on March 26 in the online launch event, so we can expect more leaks and rumors soon after.

Huawei sub-brand Honor set to launch Honor 30S soon according to a new report. The smartphone will be the successor of last year’s Honor 20S. However, the smartphone will not support Google mobile service, instead, Huawei uses Huawei mobile service.

The device will pack the Kirin 820 SoC, the main competitors of Snapdragon 730 and MediaTek P30. So, we can expect the Honor 30S is a mid-range level device. Besides, the smartphone support 5g as well as could become a big player in the 5G market.

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