New version of Huawei Nova 7 SE enters the network: Or replace Kirin 820 with Dimensity 800U


Last week, news broke that Huawei is about to launch a new version of the Nova 7 SE smartphone. Today, a new Huawei machine with model CND-AN00 has obtained network access permission. Not surprisingly, it is the above model.

According to the network access information of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, the machine uses a 6.5-inch digging screen with a screen resolution of 2400×1080, a weight of 189g, and a body size of 162.31×75.0×8.58mm.

Naijatechnews has previously revealed that the biggest difference between the new version of Nova 7 SE and the old version is that its processor has been replaced from the original Kirin 820 to the 2.4GHz Dimensity 800U , from four high-frequency A76s. Replaced with two high frequency A76, 6 core G57 replaced by 3 core G57. In addition, broke the news that the price of the aircraft will be lower than the old version.

Naijatechnews is informed that in addition, the other configurations of the new Nova 7 SE are basically the same as the old version, using a 64-megapixel main camera + 8 million pixel ultra-wide angle + 2 million pixel + 2 million pixel four-camera module. Front 16 million pixel camera, and equipped with 4000 mAh battery.

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