Huawei Nova 5 to come powered by a 7nm Kirin 810 chipset

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Huawei’s head of smartphone division confirmed that the company will soon become the first mobile brand to have two 7nm chipsets in its portfolio. He confirmed that the upcoming Huawei Nova 5 will be powered by a new 7nm Kirin SoC.

While he has not revealed the name of the chipset, it is widely believed that the Nova 5 will come powered by the Kirin 810 SoC, replacing the popular Kirin 710 mid-range chipset. Currently, the company’s Kirin 980 flagship chipset is based on the 7nm node, which powers the Mate 20 series as well as the P30 series smartphones.

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Rumors suggest that the upcoming Kirin 810 chip could feature an eight-core CPU including an ARM Cortex-A76 custom large core and a Mali-G52 GPU.

Coming to the specifications, reports indicate that the Huawei Nova 5 will come with a 6.39-inch AMOLED FHD+ display with a punch hole on the top that will house the 32 MP selfie camera. It will also come with an in-display fingerprint scanner.

On the back side, the smartphone will come packed with a quad camera setup that will have a 48 MP sensor as the main shooter. The device is expected to feature a large 4200 mAh battery that will carry support for 40W fast charging.

Along with the Nova 5, Huawei is also expected to launch the Nova 5 Pro and Nova 5i at the June 21 launch event in China. The new MediaPad M6 tablet will also make its debut at the launch event.

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