Huawei nova 7 ad talks periscope lens and Kirin 985 chipset

The blurry ad for Huawei’s nova 7 series from yesterday is now crisp – this added clarity shows that the quad camera bump on the back isn’t a 1:1 copy of the P40 Pro setup and shows also how curved the screen is.

This is likely to be the Huawei nova 7, which will be powered by the Kirin 985 chipset. It brings 5G connectivity and performance close to that of the flagship Kirin 990 5G (it seems a bit faster than the 4G version of the 990) .

The ad also boasts of the periscope telephoto lens which offers up to 50x zoom, suggesting that this is a 5x optical zoom lens. It would be the first time a periscope has been used on a mid-range phone – the Huawei nova 7 will cost around 3,000 CNY ($425/€390).

Comparing this quad-camera setup to the P40 Pro, the Nova 7’s rectangle is longer and narrower because the fourth module sits below the periscope (as opposed to the P40’s two-row layout). Anyway, the ad mentions the dual selfie camera, but not its function.

Huawei nova 7 ad boasts of periscope lens and Kirin 985 chipset

The so-called waterfall display is quite evident in the image. Huawei has still found enough room for a hardware power key and volume rocker, which are preferable to the Mate 30’s tap-based solution.

One thing the announcement is missing is a date, but from previous leaks we know that the Huawei nova 7, nova 7 SE, and nova 7 Pro will be unveiled on April 23.

Source (in Chinese) | Via`

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