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Monday, July 29, 2019

Huawei Mate X to pass a series of tests before reaching the market, says He Gang

Huawei Mate X

Chinese smart device maker Huawei does not want to make the mistakes like Samsung that led the South Korean smartphone manufacturer to cancel Foldable phone after launching it publicly. Smartphone makers do not seem to be in a hurry, and now, it's clear that they are considering to launch foldable phones after passing a series of tests.

Following the company's stringent and high-quality requirements regarding the hardware stability of its foldable 5-connected smartphone, the director of Huawei's consumer business mobile phones He Gang has confirmed the company will not release the Mate X until it is not fully optimized for the market.

Huawei would prefer to make its Mate X phone more anticipated than launching it in rush, the director added. He further stated that if it does not meet the company's expected quality requirements, it will not let the Mate X enter the market.

When asked about the progress of Mate X, He Gang said in a conversation with Chinese news agency that the company has invested heavily in the development of its 5-connected mobile phone, so any problem or hardware issue if found in Mate X, will be fixed cautiously before bringing the device to the market.

He Gang said that Huawei is committed to high-quality products that consumers love. For us, considering an earlier release is not a key point. The key point we consider is to honor what meets consumers expectations. the report read.


Huawei Nova 5 series achieves 2 million purchases in a month

Huawei Nova 5 series sale

Image credit: Nova 5-series flash sale

Huawei's latest smartphones from the nova 5-series have received a great response from the Chinese market, and as a result, the company has sold more than 2 million devices of nova 5 Pro, nova 5 and nova 5i smartphones within the first month of launch.

The milestones do not include the recently launched smartphone nova 5i Pro, however, it has also left a trail on the milestone. The remaining handsets released in June, nova 5, nova 5 Pro and nova 5i are officially confirmed to have achieved 2 million purchases in the Chinese market alone.

The latest device nova 5i Pro phone was originally launched in China four day ago i.e. 26th of July and is expected to contribute in milestone during the next flash sale of nova 5-series, which is scheduled for August 2 via and

The Pro version of nova 5i-series is making its way to the Indian market and is expected to be launched officially on August 22 or 26.

The 5i Pro packs a non-removable lithium-polymer battery of 4000mAh developed using a polymer electrolyte. It comes with the quick charging capability that can be charged up to 50% within 30 minutes.

The device features quad primary camera setup on the back consisting of 48-megapixel, 8MP sensor, 2MP, and 2-megapixel. Its front camera consists a 32MP selfie shooter with a physical aperture of F2.0.


Friday, July 26, 2019

Huawei Nova 5i Pro launched in China at CNY 2,199, sports Kirin 810, 4,000mAh battery

Huawei Nova 5i Pro

Earlier this month, the Chinese phone giant Huawei had officially promised to launch the Nova 5i Pro on July 26, and now, it has made that promise true by launching the phone in China that is confirmed to go on sale in the country starting next month on August 2.

Huawei Nova 5i pro, the successor and top-end model of Nova 5i device, is equipped with a large battery of Li-polymer with 4,000mAh power capacity, Quad primary camera setup consisting 48-megapixel + 8MP + 2MP and 2MP senor respectively. In the upper left corner of the device, it houses a 32-megapixel selfie shooter able to take unmatched photos.

Likewise the Nova 5i, the handset runs on Android pie operating system build version v9.0. The mobile platform HiSilicon Kirin 810 is powering the phone in question with better startup capabilities than the HiSilicon Kirin 710 chipset used in the Nova 5i.

When it comes to the storage versions, Nova 5i Pro is available in three variants. The 6GB+128GB is priced at CNY 2,199 ( roughly Rs. 22,000), the 8GB+128GB version and 8GB+256GB model costs accordingly as per storage configuration.

The rest two variants will be available for purchase at CNY 2,499 (approx. Rs. 25,000) and the top-end model with 8GB+256GB storage costs CNY 2,799 (roughly Rs. 28,000).

The following colors black, green and blue are the only selected options the 5i Pro will be available in. The selfie camera under the punch-hole is decorated with light shade. It uses a fingerprint scanner on the back used to lock and unlock the device in case the PIN, passcode or screen patterns look uncomfortable to you.

The nova 5i Pro features a 6.26-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels and a display density of 412 PPI.

If you live abroad in China, the phone could be in your hands before it makes its way to other markets. Other markets, such as India, should soon enjoy Huawei's 5i pro, which is believed to make its debut internationally as Mate 30 Light, but there is no confirmation of the actual Indian-release date.

Source (in Chinese)

Thursday, July 25, 2019

Chinese brands continue to set notable records in Indian smartphone market, Xiaomi topped with 28%

Indian smartphone market

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In the second quarter (Q2) 2019, Chinese phone makers have set another record in the Indian smartphone market by shipping 37 million units which are larger than the previous shipments, Counterpoint’s Market Monitor service revealed yesterday.

Since the growth was based on new launches, price cuts on older devices and offline channel expansion across brands, Samsung's shipments declined by 7 percent year-over-year (YOY) due to not-launching new handsets compared to other smartphone makers. Samsung's shipment, however, remained growing due to the latest price cuts and the popularity of its A-series and M-series phones.

Xiaomi topped with 28% market share and grew to 6% over the previous year. Xiaomi's marketing strategy was primarily driven by portfolio expansion in the budget segment and expansion of the offline market. It also increased investment in the ATL/BTL campaigns and resulted in an increase in market share.

BBK Group-owned subsidiaries Oppo, Vivo, Realme and OnePlus grew 30% in the second quarter, becoming a leading smartphone maker in India with its combined share. Due to the popularity of Realme C2 phone and various discount offers, this device has been shown to reach 8 million smartphone shipments in the Indian market. The handset remained one of the best choices among the Indian consumers, the report reveals.

Huawei's trading ban seem to be affecting its market share in India, but the company succeeded in rising in the top 10 smartphone brand category, the reports read.

Brands focused on online as well as offline stores have set a noteworthy record. This indicates that offline channels play an important role in smartphone market share. As long as we understand, most people tend to buy new phones via offline stores. I the editor of PhoneSpeck live in a village. My 60% of neighbors choose to buy products via offline channels.


Tuesday, July 23, 2019

Huawei Y9 Prime (2019) launch date teased, arriving in India on August 1

Huawei Y9 Prime (2019)

Huawei Y9 Prime (2019) has been confirmed to arrive in the Indian market next month on August 1. The very recent Amazon page dedicated to Huawei Y9 Prime smartphone has revealed the launch date of this phone.

The Chinese smartphone maker Huawei is bringing this phone to the country as the superior model of previously launched phone Huawei Y9 (2019), which received a price cut of Rs. 3,000 in June. Previously released mobile has attracted a lot of Indian customers, but the company is making it's Y-series mobile phones more catchy by launching another prime model from the said series.

Huawei Y9 Prime 2019 handset features 6.59-inches Full View display and has a fingerprint scanner on its back instead of the on-screen positioned scanner. It comes with a pop-up selfie camera with an image sensor of 16-megapixel. A 16MP (wide), 8MP (ultra wide) and a 2MP depth sensor are the main cameras used on the phone.

The Y9 2019 smartphone is equipped with a 4,000mAh lithium polymer battery which is non-replaceable like other phones available in the market. Runs on Android pie operating system licensed earlier before getting revoked, it is powered by HiSilicon Kirin 710 chipset and Mali-G51 MP4 graphics processor.

It comes with a 4GB / 64GB storage option that can be extended via a microSD card up to 512GB. There is no confirmation of the price set for Huawei Y9 Prime 2019, however, it is expected that it will be launched at INR19,500 - INR19,990 exclusively via Amazon India.


Friday, July 19, 2019

Don't compare Hongmeng OS with Android, Huawei says

huawei OS

After several weeks of whispers, Huawei has officially confirmed that its in-house mobile operating system Hongmeng OS is intended to be used for industrial purposes only, not to replace Android, which has a broad range of features than Hongmeng OS.

Huawei's board member and senior vice president Catherine Chen revealed at a media roundtable in Brussels that Hongmeng OS is still under development and will only be used for business purposes instead of replacing Android on its futures smartphones as reported earlier.

The recently trademarked OS Hongmeng will be used by IT professionals and companies for modeling their businesses, and we have never thought of being it used as an alternative to Android, she stated.

The senior vice president further said that Hongmeng OS has extremely low latency and contains fewer lines of codes compared to smartphone operating system like Google and Open Handset Alliance-developed OS Android, which contains the huge size of source code.

The in-house OS has been in development a long time before the Huawei was banned by the US government over national security concerns, she added.

In the past months, it was said China's telecommunications equipment giant Huawei is developing its own OS for Android replacement, but later, the reports suggested that Huawei trademarked its in-house mobile operating system with European Union Intellectual Property Office. As part of the US ban, Hongmeng OS was being covered as an Android alternative to Huawei's mobile phones because there were no official statements released by the company.


Sunday, July 14, 2019

Huawei submits an application to trademark Harmony operating system

Huawei Harmony OS

Despite the announcements made at G20, the Chinese equipment company Huawei is still not able deploying Android operating system on its devices as the company is yet to be removed from the entity list. To get rid of this trouble, Huawei is trademarking its new operating system Harmony for smartphones and computers.

In previous attempts, Chinese telecom giant filed trademark applications to register HongMeng OS and Oak, and now Harmony OS. It had also been reported that the company is considering the Linux-based operating system Sailfish. The Russian-made operating system was not a rumor to the US companies. The reports led President Donald Trump revising his decision to stay competitive.

The recent application submitted to European Union Intellectual Property Office, a government agency responsible for the trademarking the Intellectual properties in Europe, is dated July 12, 2019. As seen during past trademark applications, no official announcement has been made by the Huawei.

The new operating system is said to be used for Huawei's devices, such as smartphones, tablets, and computers, however, it has not been confirmed whether this OS will provide features like HongMengOS that is claimed to be used for routers and data centers. Earlier this month, Huawei's CEO Ren Zhengfei confirmed that HongMengOS is more powerful than Android and macOS.


Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Huawei MediaPad T5 with Kirin 659 SoC now available in India, price starts at Rs. 14,990

Huawei MediaPad T5

Huawei has introduced a new tablet MediaPad T5 in the Indian market via e-commerce giant Amazon. The tab has a symmetrical metal body and features 10.1-inches Full HD display with a screen resolution of 1920x1200 pixels and 16:10 aspect ratio.

The base variant i.e. 2GB/16GB is priced at Rs. 14,990, while the 3GB/32GB storage version is priced at Rs. 16,990. The tab comes with a dedicated card slot used to expand the memory up to 256GB via a microSD card.

This tab runs Android 8.0-based custom mobile operating system EMUI 8.0 and is powered by HiSilicon's SoC Kirin 659. Apart from this, it packs a massive battery with a power capacity of 5,100mAh. The battery is equipped with Smart Power-Saving technology allowing it to remain running up to 10 hours.

The device houses Huawei's Histen audio-based speakers, allowing a listener to feel like 3D surround sound when enjoying a remixed soundtrack or a thriller movie with good sound quality. The back of the Huawei MediaPad T5 tablet houses a rear camera consisting of a 5MP image sensor, while the front camera consists of a 2MP image sensor.

When it comes to unsurpassed device performance, the MediaPad T5 is equipped with an octa-core processor with a main frequency of up to 2.36 GHz.


HUAWEI MediaPad T5 Tablet (10.1 inch, 16GB, Wi-Fi + 4G LTE) BlackAmazon Store

US government to grant temporary licenses to resume trade with Huawei


The US Department of Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross said on Wednesday that the government will issue licenses to US companies to resume trade with Chinese tech firm Huawei. However, the banned company Huawei will remain on the Entity List, Cabinet department confirmed.

The US president Donald Trump confirmed at G20 summit last month that companies would be allowed to supply US-components to Huawei. However, later, the National Economic Council director Larry Kudlow said that the country will sell the goods to Huawei that are widely available from other countries.

The move was announced during the Annual Security Conference on Export Controls and Security. The recent development on Huawei's ban will let it use the US-manufactured components that were barred in May over the National Security issues. The Commerce Department will issue licenses where there is no threat to U.S. national security, the press release reads.

Going back to Larry Kudlow's announcement - If only widely available goods will be supplied to Huawei, will Android OS remain banned for Chinese equipment company? Whatever the case may be, the future of Huawei is still vague for using the Android operating system.

Source | Via

Huawei Nova 5i Pro spotted on TENAA, listing leaks device specs

Huawei Nova 5i Pro

Nova 5i Pro, an unconfirmed smartphone belonging to the Nova 5 series, earlier announced by the Chinese smartphone maker Huawei, has been added to a Chinese certification agency TENAA that confirms the Nova 5i Pro's specs in an effort to certify the handset.

The said website has mentioned this phone under the two models bearing numbers SPN-AL00/TL00. The recent listing is reportedly to be the Huawei Nova 5i Pro, however, there is no confirmation that AL00 and TL00 are the model numbers of Nova 5i pro.

According to the multiple sources and TENAA listing, Nova 5i pro will run Android 9 Pie operating system and, a Chinese semiconductor company HiSilicon will be powering this phone with Kirin 710 chipset. The phone sports 6.26-inch IPS LCD display and non-removable lithium-polymer battery with a power capacity of 3,900mAh.

The SPN-AL00/TL00 model number, on the other hand, will be featuring a quad-camera setup consisting of 48MP/8MP/two 2MP image sensors at the back and a 32MP selfie shooter housing under the punch hole at the front.

The smartphone will be debuted with 6GB and 8GB system memory options. The base variant will have 6GB/128GB storage, while the second variant could come with 8GB/256GB storage. It could also be sporting memory expansion up to 256GB via a dedicated microSD card slot.

Source | Via

Saturday, July 6, 2019

Huawei's HongmengOS is faster than Android and MacOS, claims Ren Zhengfei


Chinese engineer and CEO of Huawei Ren Zhengfei, in an interview with a French magazine, revealed that Huawei's HongmengOS will be more advanced, powerful and faster than Google's Android operating system, reports a French magazine.

The company's CEO has claimed that HongmengOS will be faster than Android and MacOS that is going to be used on a range of devices like smartphones, tablets, computers, data centers, routers, and network switches as well, said the report.

Apart from this, the said computer program will also have a broader application than other operating systems used in today's smartphones and tablets.

To recall, Huawei has started working on HongmengOS in order to replace Android on its devices. Due to the US ban, the Chinese company left no stone unturned developing its own OS.

Last month, the company was reportedly testing a Linux-based operating system SailfishOS instead of HongmengOS, however, since then, the company didn't make any clarification regarding its Android alternative.

Source (in Chinese) | Via

Saturday, June 29, 2019

Huawei's trade ban is coming to an end, now able to trade with US companies

huawei ban

Last month, the US president Mr. Donald Trump added the Chinese tech firm Huawei to the trade blacklist over the security concerns. And since then, the company claims that the US ban has caused a major loss in Huawei's business.

During the US ban, the company also managed to achieve a massive number of 5G commercial contracts from the non-US countries. However, this is not enough to lift the shattered company from the grounds of China. Therefore, US President Donald Trump has confirmed that US companies are allowed to sell their products to Huawei.

During the '2019 G20 Osaka Summit', Trump and President Xi Jinping reached an agreement stating the trade negotiations will be resumed between the two countries. It seems Huawei will now be able to buy US goods in the coming weeks. The exact date for the removal of the ban was not confirmed.

The recent trade war has not only boiled China but also affected the US companies by restricting them from trading with Chinese tech firms. The company from both sides will breathe again as the president has issued a new statement.

According to the BBC, Trump had threatened an additional $300bn (£236bn) in tariffs on Chinese imports. But, it is not confirmed yet whether Trump's decision will remain constructive, or the two leaders will resolve the issue at the ongoing G20 summit in Japan.


Friday, June 28, 2019

Huawei Y9 (2019) price in India slashed; now offers ₹3,000 discount

Huawei Y9 (2019)

Huawei Y9, better known as Huawei Y9 (2019) or Huawei Enjoy 9 Plus, was originally launched in January 2019, but the handset was priced at Rs. 15,990 via Amazon India. Since the launch, the device did not receive any price cuts in the country, but today, the Y9 2019 price has been dropped by Rs. 3,000.

The handset is available with Midnight Black and Sapphire Blue color options that can be purchased for Rs. 12,999. It is worth mentioning that the offer for this phone has remained unchanged. However, if the customer places an order to a pickup point, a ₹15 cashback will be given, states Amazon page. For more offers and details, check out the source link at the end of this article.

Y9 2019 features a dual primary camera setup consisting 13MP and 2MP on the back, while the selfie shooter comes with the same camera setup consisting 16MP and 2MP. Its camera has several shooting modes, such as Continuos Shooting and HDR.

The phone in question is equipped with a 4,000mAh high-capacity and non-removable lithium polymer battery with fast charging support. Apart from this, Huawei Enjoy 9 Plus uses the HiSilicon Kirin 710 chipset and Android v8.1 (Oreo) operating system with a mid-range graphics processor Mali-G51 MP4.

Moving around design and display — the device features a 6.5-inch Bezel-less display with a screen resolution of 1080 x 2340 pixels. The Y3 2019 weighs 173 grams and comes with 162.4mm high, 77.1 mm wide and 8.0 mm thickness, making it a well-balanced phone, but below average.


Nokia warns UK over using Huawei's Telecoms Kit in 5G race


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Nokia warns the UK that it should not allow Chinese tech firm Huawei to deploy its equipment in the country. Pointing to the vulnerabilities in Huawei's telecoms kit, the Finnish company warned that Huawei's 5G telecoms kit could pose a threat to the 5G network, reports BBC.

Nokia recently revealed that the company has received more than 30 commercial contracts during the 5G race. At the same time, Chinese next-generation equipment supplier Huawei ranked top achieving the 50 commercial contracts of 5G worldwide. Besides Nokia, Ericsson is also leading in 5G development and has managed to obtain 18 contracts.

According to the BBC report published on June 28, Nokia's Chief technology officer Marcus Weldon said: "the pressure from the US was serving as a counterbalance to unfair financial advantages that Huawei had enjoyed in the past".

In a conversation with the BBC, Mr. Marcus Weldon further stated that "It's fairness returning to the market".

This is the first time we have seen Nokia slamming the Chinese firm Huawei, claiming that Huawei's telecoms kit come with vulnerabilities. At the same time, Nokia also claims that its equipment is "a safer bet" for mobile operators.

Earlier, the US government also warned the UK over deploying Huawei's equipment in the construction of the 5G network but, the warning went unconstructive, as the Europen country did not restrict the company from participating in the UK's 5G development.


Tuesday, June 25, 2019

Despite the US ban, Huawei obtained 50 5G commercial contracts worldwide

Huawei's 5G development

Huawei, China's multinational technology company and telecom equipment chain supplier has obtained 50 commercial 5G contracts worldwide. During the "5G is now" summit held in Shanghai, Huawei's managing director revealed that the company has achieved great success in the latest 5G development, reports

The company has successfully obtained 5G contracts in many countries including South Korea, Switzerland, the United Kingdom, and Finland. With more than 5G equipment shipments to 150,000 sets, the company has emerged as the world's biggest 5G equipment supplier.

Nokia and Ericsson have become the world's second and third largest 5G equipment suppliers after receiving 30 and 18 contracts respectively. Till now, HMD Global-owned company has obtained 30 contracts while Sweden-based company Telefonaktiebolaget LM Ericsson has received 18 contracts making them to acheive notable positions after Huawei.

Recently, Huawei asked India to make a fair decision in its 5G trails. If the company wins 5G contract in India, it could trigger business controversies between the US and India.

The US is pressurizing other countries to comply with the US ban. US tech giants Google, Intel, Qualcomm, and other Hi-tech companies are restricted from selling US-made software and hardware to blocked companies. However, despite the US pressure and trade blacklisting, Huawei has gained the vast majority in the 5G development.

Source (in Chinese)

Sunday, June 23, 2019

Huawei urges India to take 5G trials decision independently

Huawei 5G trails

Huawei, China's telecom leader has asked India to make "informed and independent decisions" on the 5G trials. The company has issued the statement days later when Indian telecom minister and a lawmaker, Ravi Shankar Prasad said that India has some security issues over allowing Huawei to participate in 5G trials.

Since the Trump administration has blacklisted Huawei over the security issues, the United States has been expressing its interest in restricting the company in other countries. Huawei, however, is not yet ready to admit the US accusations, saying that it is not working under Chinese state security.

In response to the US ban, the company is working hard to participate in the 5G development initiated outside China. India has not yet made a final decision on whether it intends to restrict Huawei or allow it to participate in the upcoming 5G trails.

Huawei has urged India and other countries to take the decisions independently by addressing the security issues through a shred of evidence and fact-based approach, Economic Times reports.

In a statement to PTI, the company has also said that all countries must discuss and check cybersecurity risks with their respective networks. Once completed, fact-based evidence collected by the countries will help them make an independent decision regarding the security threats, said Huawei.


Friday, June 14, 2019

Huawei is reportedly testing Sailfish OS instead of its HongMeng & Oak OS

Huawei Sailfish OS

Huawei has become a source of news headlines for many websites since the initial rumors suggested the mysterious situation of the company. The trade decision taken by the US government has blacklisted the Huawei and as a result, the company won't not be able to use Android OS on its smartphones.

The rumors reportedly suggested the Chinese Telecommunications equipment company is developing its own OS namely "HongMeng OS" and "Oak OS", which are expected to be released this year in August and October.

Now the recent reports have brought a twist to this story. The tech giant is reportedly considering Linux-based Sailfish OS (made in Russia) to replace Android across its devices. The discussion between Konstantin Noskov, Minister of Digital Development, Communications and Mass Media of the Russian Federation and Huawei representatives reveals the company's new plan of using Aurora OS. No official statements have been announced so far.

The US ban has caused the company to fall into the worst position, due to which Huawei has still failed to make a long-standing decision regarding its Android alternative. If the reports are to be believed, the tech giant could deploy Russian-made mobile operating system instead a fork called Aurora OS to its devices.

Source  Via

Thursday, June 13, 2019

Huawei submitted a trademark request for HongMeng OS to several countries

trademark representational pic

The Chinese tech giant Huawei is constantly designing a new business model after being blacklisted by the US government. The company has submitted an application via a Geneva-based patent World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) to trademark HongMeng OS.

The submitted request reveals the list of countries where the company seeks to trademark its OS. Countries included Australia, Canada, the Philippines, Cambodia, the European Union, Indonesia, India, Spain, Mexico, Switzerland, and Thailand.

The company is working hard to raise itself independently despite standing alone in front of the world after the US ban. The smartphone maker has reportedly shipped 1 million HongMeng-powered smartphones for testing purposes.

Did the US sanction really tarnish Huawei?

The Indian government body, Department of Telecommunications (DoT) has said that the Indian government will allow Huawei for partnering with companies in 5G rollout only when there is no compromise on security.

Huawei is facing anti-trust like situation in many countries that could weaken its business in the future. However, at the meaning time, it is making a great efforts to get out of the worst situation ever seen in its history.


Monday, June 10, 2019

Huawei develops Android alternative OS, likely to arrive on August or September

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Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

The US-China trade war has triggered Chinese telecom giant Huawei to develop its own operating system to replace Google's Android. According to the Global Times report published on their Twitter handle, the operating systems being developed in China are named "HongMeng OS" and "Oak OS" respectively.

Both operating systems will have the same functionalities, as "HongMeng OS" will be deployed on Chinese variant smartphones and "Oak OS" will power its international market. The Chinese version will come with pre-installed regional languages, and Oak OS will include the English version, PhoneSpeck has learned.

The new OS appears to be officially available in August or September, reports suggest. To recall, the Trump administration banned US tech firms from trading with Chinese companies. The US government decision led Google to close ties with Huawei. Recently, Facebook also announces the suspension of its apps, which come preinstalled on Android-powered Huawei phones.

As a precautionary measure, Google warned that shutting down business with Huawei may increase national security risks, as the US will lose control to android-alternative-powered phones. In addition, Huawei's new OS can take on Android and this way, it may affect Google's business in the international market.

Huawei's "Oak OS" could initially come with instabilities, but in the future, they will be able to make it one of the most powerful and advanced operating systems, as time served.

Source   Via

Sunday, June 9, 2019

Huawei Nova 5i arrives to Geekbench, sports 6GB RAM, 1.71 GHz base frequency

huawei nova 5i

While combating the US hi-tech equipments, Huawei is expected to surface its new device named Nova 5i. The device features Android 9 operating system paired with 6GB RAM under the model number GLK-LX2, Geekbench listing suggests.

The system memory alleged by the Geekbench is approximately 5672 MB that led us to believe that nova 5i could come with 64GB internal memory with a performance booster widely seen on new smartphones.

The Geekbench has not mentioned more about this phone, however, the base frequency sighted on the said certification website is 1.71 GHz. The idea suggests by the GB, a cross-platform processor used to calculate system power, the 5i is powered by an octa-core processor and Snapdragon 710 SoC chipset which is yet to be unveiled by the company.

For now, we don't have enough information regarding this handset.


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