Huawei’s Nova line is expected to grow once again. A new model dubbed the Huawei Nova 3 has appeared on TENAA, the Chinese certification body’s website. The new phone also appeared on Weibo as part of a teaser campaign.
It shares similar designs to the recently launched Nova 3e, down to the colour selection and fingerprint scanner location, albeit with the new Kirin 710 processor. It features similar dual-cameras at the back, with emphasis on its AI capabilities thanks to the built-in NPU in the Kirin 710.
Other features include a 19:9 ratio display (with a notch), 4/6GB RAM paired with 64/128GB internal storage, microSD expansion support and USB Type-C connector. We may see EMUI 8.1 with Android 8.1 shipped out of the box.
The Huawei Nova 3 is expected to be launched sometime in July, with no pricing info shared. We are unsure if Huawei Malaysia plans to bring this model locally as of press time.