The recent weeks featured a number of design and specs leaks for the next Huawei Nova smartphone. Serving as the successor of 2016's Huawei Nova 2i, the Nova 3 is expected to drop in December, packed with premium mid-range features. As per the latest scoop, the Huawei Nova 3 will sport two dual cameras and a full view display.
As reported by GSMArena, the alleged render of Huawei Nova 3 was leaked online. The images reveal that the Nova 3 will boast not just one, but two dual-lens camera setup. The front and rear panel of the device will receive two image sensors each. Particularly, the rear-positioned dual camera will be a combination of 16MP and 20MP lens, which will work nicely with color and black and white captures. Meanwhile, the front-facing camera will be a mix of twin 20MP sensors.
The Huawei Nova 3 leaks also show the smartphone having a 5.93-inch screen with 1080p+ resolution. The handset has the trendy 18:9 screen ratio, which is quite evident in the images due to its tall display. Interestingly, these details about the Nova 3 screen match the recently spotted certification from TENAA, which is US FCC's counterpart in China. According to Android Headlines, TENAA did not show specific details about the specs, although the render posted on the website confirms the full view display on Nova 3.
The Huawei Nova 3 is expected to have slimmer bezels than its predecessor, will complement the full view display. Other details spotted in the render include a front-facing fingerprint reader, volume adjuster located on the right side of the device, and a metal unibody design.
Previous reports compare the Huawei Nova 3 and Honor 7X, another soon-to-be-released handset regarded as Nova 3's sibling. Although, the difference will lie on the CPU, with Nova 3 powered by Kirin 670 processor. To note, Kirin 670 is the upgraded version of the current Kirin 659 chipset, which will be used by Honor 7X. Huawei Nova 3 will also have 4GB RAM and 32GB/64GB internal storage.