A leaked image of the Huawei nova 7 coming on April 23 revealed the smartphone will pack a punch hole display and sport a rectangular camera cutout on the back. Well, a video shared by Huawei on its official Weibo account just confirmed those bits.
At the 0:13 mark, you can also see a smartphone with curved edge display, which could be the nova 7 Pro rumored to have the Kirin 990 5G SoC at the helm. You can watch the short video below.
Additionally, a Huawei smartphone bearing model code HNB-AN10 and said to be the nova 7 has appeared on Geekbench with Android 10 and 8GB RAM.
The smartphone is powered by an octa-core processor having a base frequency of 1.84GHz, which could be a part of the freshly announced Kirin 985 7nm SoC.
Alongside the nova 7 and nova 7 Pro, Huawei is also expected to unveil the nova 7 SE on April 23 with the Kirin 820 chipset at the helm.
The unveiling of the nova 7 lineup is still around a week away, so expect to hear more about it until then.