Huawei announced yesterday in China the new Nova 3 smartphone model, which is a top-of-the-range technology. It seems that Huawei is actually preparing the Kirin 710 processor for the replacement of the Kirin 659. And the first smartphone based on the new chip will be Huawei Nova 3i, the characteristics of which have already leaked into the network.
The Nova 3 is equipped with the Huawei Kirin 970, although in some pre-emptying, the new Kirin 710 middle class has also been removed. It has now become apparent that Nova 3 is getting a technically slightly more modest smartphone model, which will be known in some markets with the Nova 3i model.
In Nova 3i, the Kirin 710 is introduced. According to previous data, the Kirin 710 has at least a separate partition optimized for artificial intelligence, just like the Kirin 970 peak, but the other Kirin 659 for pre-upgrade, many of the more affordable Huawei smartphones, is still uncertain. However, the manufacturing process of the circuit has been rumored to have updated Kiran’s 659’s 16 nanometers to Kirin 710’s 12 nanometers. The smaller line width process generally allows lower power consumption, lower heat output, and thus higher performance by allowing higher clock rates.
Externally Nova 3i would be different from Nova 3 with a different, less curved 2.5D glass instead of 3D glass. Along with the weaker system circuit, other technical differences would be in RAM and storage. In the above picture, Nova 3i’s are listed as 4 + 128GB and 6 + 64GB, which would be a bit extra because the larger storage memory would be united with the exception of the larger RAM. There may be errors in the comparison details here.
In addition, the resolution of the rear cameras would be 16 + 2 megapixels instead of 16 + 24 megapixels in the Nova 3i and battery capacity of 3340mAh instead of 3750mAh, and Nova 3i does not support the fast rapid charge. The Huawei Nova 3i will be released in Asia later this month.