A new Kirin 820 SoC is rumored to drive the Huawei Nova 7
Huawei Nova 7 and Nova 7 Pro smartphones have been posted on the Chinese official regulator website TENAA. The product lists in the TENAA database have not yet been filled with specifications or renders, but the availability of 5G technology is indicated. The smartphones are listed to support networks with 5G SA and NSA. Immediately after the launch of the P40 series on March 26, the rumored Huawei Nova 7 series is expected to arrive next month.
The Huawei Nova 7 Pro is displayed on TENAA with model number JER-AN10, while the Huawei Nova 7 has model number JEF-AN00. These are the same model numbers that were found a few days ago on the CCC website. This indicates that the smartphones are getting ready for launch soon, but the company has not given any official statement on the matter. As mentioned, the specifications are not published, so there is no glimpse of the two smartphones coming renders or specs. TENAA only indicates the availability of the Nova 7 series of 5G and NSA network support. The smartphones will also endorse 3G and 4 G, too.
The 3C listing indicated that both smartphones will come with 40W fast charging and that Jennifer and Jennifer R, respectively, are the internal codenames for the Nova 7 and Nova 7P.
A new Kirin 820 SoC is rumored to drive the Nova 7. On the other hand, the premium Nova 7 Pro is said to come with the Kirin 990 5G SoC and will bring an in-display fingerprint scanner as well. There is a third Huawei Nova 7SE version that has also been leaked on several occasions in the past, and 22.5W fast charging support, a 6.5-inch hole-punch display, and a 64-megapixel primary camera are reportedly available.