Huawei Nova 7 SE Key Specs Surfaces Online, to Come with Kirin 820 SoC and 64MP Primary Sensor

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Huawei is reportedly working on its next iteration of Nova smartphone dubbed Huawei Nova 7 SE. As the name suggests, the device is going to be a successor to the previous Nova 6 series. As per the new emerging leak, we now have the key specifications of the device along with tentative launch details. Here is everything we know so far about the upcoming Nova 7 SE.

Huawei Nova 7 SE: Specs, Features

Huawei Nova 7 SE

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A popular tipster who goes by the name DigitalChatStation has shared some key features of the upcoming Nova 7 SE smartphone. As per the post, the device will come with a 6.5-inch display having a punch-hole cutout housing the selfie shooter. Under the hood, the device will run on the unannounced Kirin 820 SoC. We first heard about the chipset back in December last year. For those who’re unaware, the Kirin 820 chipset brings the 5G capabilities to the mid-range and budget devices. The chipset is expected to debut with either Honor 10X or Huawei Nova 7 lineup.

In terms of optics, there is no information about how many sensors the device will have in the ear.  Although we do know that there is going to be a 64MP primary sensor. Other specifications include a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and a 22.5W fast charging support. Sadly, there is no information on the RAM, storage, battery capacity and other left out aspects.

Launch, Availability

As of now, the Chinese smartphone maker has not officially confirmed the existence of the device. Considering previous rumors, Huawei will reportedly launch the Nova 7 series next month i.e. April. With that said, we should hear more about the device in the coming weeks. Apart from Nova 7 lineup, Huawei is also working on its next-gen P40 lineup and Mate 40 series.

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