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Huawei Nova 4e with Kirin 710 and EMUI 9 spotted on Geekbench

11 March 2019 2

The giant smartphones manufacturer Huawei recently confirmed the arrival of Nova 4e for the Chinese market. One of the key selling aspects of the device is a 32MP selfie sensor. The device is expected to be announced for the global market as P30 Lite. From what we heard so far the Nova 4e will go official in China on March 14th.

Like always ahead of the official launch the device is in rumors and leaks from past few weeks. The Nova 4e recently appeared at TENAA listing. Today the Nova 4e spotted at Geekbench listing which reconfirms the hardware details of the device.

The Nova 4e model number is MAR-AL00. Under the hood the Huawei's Octa-core Kirin 710 chipset is powering the phone with 6GB RAM. The device achieved 1,513 points on single-core test whereas on the multi-core test the device achieved 4,955 points. As OS the device is pre-installed with Android Pie based EMUI 9 skin over it.

Following the latest trend, the Nova 4e will have dewdrop design. The device will be featuring a 6.15-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution of 1080 x 2312 pixels. The display pixel density is 415 pixels-per-inch. On the rear side, the device is expected to have triple rear cameras including 20MP+16MP+2MP. A 3,340mAH battery cell will keep the device lights on. Feel free to share your thoughts regarding the Nova 4e Geekbench listing in the comments section below. Stay tuned.

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