The Huawei P20 series from last year included P20 and P20 Pro flagship smartphones and P20 Lite mid-range smartphone. The latter was launched Nova 3e smartphone in China. It seems that the manufacturer will be using the exactly strategy this year as it has teased the arrival of Nova 4e for China. Through a Weibo post, the Chinese company has confirmed that it will be soon debuting the Nova 4e smartphone in China. The same cameraphone is coming to launch as P30 Lite in European countries.
The over snapshot taken from a recently shared video teaser reveals that the forthcoming Huawei Nova 4e will be equipped with 32-megapixel stereo beauty front-facing image sensor. It seems to be that the cameraphone is equipped with a waterdrop-style notch display. The teaser does not tell Lots on its design. Having said that, because the company has confirmed on it’s the next Nova cameraphone, the handset is expected to sport an impressive design like the predecessor Nova series of smartphones.
In the recent past, the TENAA telecom authority from China had approved a Huawei smartphone with model numbers MAR-AL00 and MAR-TL00. Through the TENAA listing, the images of the phone were leaked. In addition, minimum reports on the specs of the smartphone were uncovered. Because the MAR-AL00/TL00 phone is equipped with a waterdrop notch screen, it appears that it might be the up coming Huawei Nova 4e.
So far, it is known that the Nova 4e has a 6.15-inch display that supports full HD+ resolution, a triple camera setup on its rear, a rear-mounted fingerprint digital camera and 3,240mAh battery. It is pretty likely to be powered by the Kirin 710 chipset. Since it will be a non-flagship device, it is likely to be offered around 2,000 Yuan.
The existence of the Huawei Nova 4e was recently confirmed through its showing in the listing of upcoming smartphones on Tmall. The listing unveiled that the smartphone would be in the world on the Chinese retailer site by late March. It might go formal before the Huawei P30 and P30 Pro cameraphones that are scheduled to go official on March 26 in Paris, France.