Although Huawei’s global business is being hit by problems, they are still eager to launch new smartphones in the market. The brand-new smartphone from Huawei that is expected to launch soon is Nova 5i and recently the smartphone stopped by for benchmark tests at AnTuTu.
Previously Nova 5i also stopped by the Geekbench site, and at both sites, this smartphone carried the GLK-LX3 model number. From the two benchmark results, the Nova 5i specification was revealed.
The Nova 5i is equipped with Kirin 710 processor and Mali G-51 GPU. This tested model has 4GB of RAM and 64GB ROM. The AnTuTu score is 131,715.
From previous leak it is speculated that an LCD panel with a 5.84-inch screen stretch. The screen resolution is 1080×2340 pixels (Full HD+) with a display punch hole for the front camera.
Previously Nova 5i was certified in Taiwan and the United States. Documents from the National Communications Commission of Taiwan and the US Federal Communications Commission show that it will come with 64GB and 128GB ROM options. In addition, there is a microSD slot with a capacity of up to 512GB.
In camera department the Nova 5i is equipped with three rear cameras with 24MP + 16MP + 2MP setup and Time-of-flight sensors. The battery has a capacity of 3,900 mAh with 10W recharging. The operating system uses Android Pie 9.0 which is wrapped with EMUI 9.1.
Huawei Nova 5i is expected to launch next June along with his brother Nova 5, but it is not known whether the latest developments will affect its launch of the smartphone.