Huawei Nova 2 Pops-Up on GFXBench Reveals Kirin 658 SoC and 4GB RAM
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Huawei Nova 2 Pops-Up on GFXBench Reveals Kirin 658 SoC and 4GB RAM

If you are looking forward to buy an all-rounder smartphone, then the upcoming Huawei Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus will be a perfect choice. They are set to adorn the line-up, which comprised the Nova and Nova Plus last year. Presently, while being clueless about their exact release date, now the Nova 2 has been spotted on GFXBench, revealing its specs and other details.

It’s said that Huawei has planned to achieve the same kind of massive success, with the forthcoming devices. To have a short look-back, Huawei crafted the pair, Nova and Nova Plus last year, to evoke the same sort of envy that the users feel upon the Apple’s or Samsung’s high-end devices.

Huawei Nova 2

The previously leaked promotional poster tipped off that, the Nova 2 series are set to be unveiled on May 26th. Besides, earlier this month, the mid-rangers had been spotted on the TENNA, exposing a fair peek on its specs and outlook. Will the GFXBench listing now, bring forth some new details about the Nova 2, in further than that? Let’s check it out!

Huawei Nova 2

The noteworthy point here is, the specs revealed today are found to hold some dissimilarities, in comparison with the previous ones. Pursuant, the device would flaunt a 5-inch display, rendering a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels; and under the hood, it’ll be powered by a Hisilicon Kirin 658 Octa-Core processor, clocked at 2.3GHz.

Further in accordance to the listing, the device will be given a 4GB RAM and 64GB built-in storage. The camera is adorned with an 11MP sensor at the rear, while a 4.7MP one is offered for its selfie shooter. On the software part, the device runs on the Google’s latest Android 7.0 Nougat.

Contrarily, with the camera aspects, we think GFXBench seems to be wrong; why because, the phone is almost confirmed to come with a dual rear camera with 12MP+8MP sensors, and a 20MP selfie shooter at the front.

On the whole there is a considerable volume of issues with this new the specs details. Let’s wait until the official set of specs revealed, possibly on May 26th.

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