Last with Android? Huawei Nova 5 receives authorization to launch in China
By Adeline Kuang 2019-06-03 472 0
As we all know, Google stopped providing Android support for Huawei devices. The measure was necessary, since the US government inserted the Chinese into a "blacklist" of its international trade.
According to rumors, Huawei may also choose to launch the New 5 by running its new proprietary system "HongMeng". However, so far, the company has not expressed itself on the matter.
It is worth remembering that the Nova 5 should bring Kirin 980 processor, and the device can also gain a second variant with Kirin 710. In addition, it must have a 3,500 mAh battery and support fast loading of 40W.
Finally, to ensure good photos, the Nova 5 also comes to the market with three rear cameras. The main sensor must have 48 MP (Sony IMX586), the secondary one being a wide angle of 12.3 MP and the tertiary one ToF.
Do you think New 5 will be the last with Android or the first with HongMeng? Tell us your opinion here in the comments.
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