Huawei nova 5i benchmarked with Kirin 710, docs show 4/128GB memory

Peter, 31 May 2019

A couple of leaks from multiple sources have revealed details about the Huawei nova 5i. Some suggest that this will launch as the Huawei P20 lite (2019) in some regions, however, several of the rumored specs don’t line up.

The nova 5i was certified by Taiwan’s NCC with 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage, plus up to 512GB extra with a microSD card. There will be a version will 64GB storage as well.

The phone has passed through Geekbench as well, showing a Kirin 710-level score. Huawei may announce the Kirin 720 any moment now and we thought a nova phone will introduce it, but that doesn’t seem to be the case.

From FCC documents, we know that the nova 5i will have a 3,900mAh battery. The NCC info suggests 10W charging.

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Memory info from NCC • Battery capacity • The "nova 5i" name

Previous leaks offer more info, however it’s not confirmed by official sources. The nova will have a 5.84” LCD with a punch hole selfie camera. Also, a triple camera on the rear with a 24 + 16 + 2MP setup, along with a TOF sensor.

A week ago leaked info claimed 40W fast charging support for the Huawei nova 5 (note: no “i”). It remains to be seen how this model fits into the “nova 5i” and “P20 lite (2019)” story.

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US have no evidence I doubt they will find one and I doubt Huawei will win in court, all this is because US wants China to agree to their terms and receive huge fines

Its not very funny and i can guarantee you when USA find no evidence Huawei will send US to the courts and ask for a repayment of all their losses which this stupid ban caused.

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