Huawei nova 5 will push up with PRO version: the first LCD screen fingerprint technology
By Adeline Kuang 2019-06-03 406 0
Tempered film spy exposure
The Huawei nova 5 tempered film spy shot exposed on the network looks very similar to the Huawei nova 5i. The difference is that it seems to have a dual-speaker design and a gap in the sensor, so the Huawei nova 5i has been confirmed to be digging. In the case of the hole screen shape, it may mean that Huawei nova 5 may continue the digging screen design of the previous generation.
Previously, it was reported that Huawei nova 5 will also be equipped with on-screen fingerprint technology, and adopts the same fingerprint recognition module as Huawei P30, so it seems that it should be equipped with OLED display. However, perhaps because Samsung has a half-year OLED digging screen exclusive period, some users broke the news that Huawei nova 5 may try LCD screen fingerprint technology for the first time.
The first LCD screen fingerprint
Although it is still uncertain whether Huawei nova 5 really uses the LCD screen fingerprint technology, at least from the perspective of tempered film spy photos, it is certainly not the appearance of the water drop screen. At the same time, at the end of April this year, there was news that supply chain manufacturers had solved the problem of fingerprint and capacitive signal interference under the LCD screen, and showed the demo of the fingerprint on the LCD screen. Therefore, if Huawei can seize the new technology of the first launch, There will undoubtedly be a new selling point.
Of course, there are also news from foreign media that Huawei nova 5 will adopt a lift-up front-end design, but it also needs to be confirmed in terms of authenticity. According to previous news, Huawei's nova 5 is code-named "Seattle" and will be equipped with a 6.39-inch display and FHD+ resolution, but will eliminate the 3.5mm headphone jack, while headphones will be provided in the random package. The head has a battery capacity of 3500 mAh.
There is indeed a nova 5 Pro debut
Huawei nova 5 will also be equipped with the Kirin 980 processor and support 40W super fast charging technology. It is rumored to have an L-shaped rear camera design similar to the Glory 20 series, equipped with a 48MP+12MP+ToF deep sensor combination. And some netizens broke the news that Huawei nova 5 will also have a high-profile version, and the Suning Tesco new product pre-sale information revealed on the network shows that Huawei nova 5 and nova 5 Pro will be sold at the end of June, which is also confirmed. Huawei nova 5 does have a rumor of a high-profile version.
At present, Huawei's nova 5 national network full Netcom and mobile version of SEA-AL10/TL10 have also obtained the network access license on May 22, both support the full Netcom and dual standby dual standby function, but did not release the ID photo and announce the specification parameters. . Although the official does not have any publicity pre-heating behavior, it is said that Huawei nova 5 will be officially released in Wuhan on June 21, and will be on sale on June 28. As for the high-priced version, the price may be on the basis of Huawei employees. Explore about 4000+.
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