Huawei Nova 5i GeekBench benchmark score exposure: Kirin 710 and 4GB RAM
By Daniel Camilo 2019-05-30 364 0
One of the models, the Nova 5i, has just found its way into the Geekbench database, confirming some details of its hardware.
Identified by the GLK-LX3 code, the device features a Kirin 710 eight-core, built in 12-nanometer lithography - this chipset is found on several smartphones from Huawei's sub-brand, Honor:
Achieving a 1538 single-core and 5388 multi-core score, he underscores that his performance will average several models in the same niche already marketed today.
Additional listing information also confirms the presence of 4 GB of RAM. According to data collected in the documents destined for China for 3C certification, the laptop should bring in the box a charger with 10W of power.
Already on the battery part, information collected on the FCC website shows that the Nova 5i should have a module bringing 3900 mAh of capacity.
It may be that New 5 and 5i are the latest models of Huawei to hit the market with Android, seeing that the company is creating a "Plan B" due to the limitations imposed by Google, something that happened after the brand was accused of government espionage American - what they are, according to the company unfounded accusations.
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