More than a week ago, Geekbench saw a telephone without notification, which should have been Huawei Nova 5i, and registration certificates were issued in two countries. Now, the new version of Huawei Nova 5i is seen in Geekbench, a 6GB RAM package, compared to 4GB RAM, which visits the lower version, which recently visited the benchmarking platform. Huawei Nova 5i was released with the Android 9 Pie and announced it would present the Snapdragon 710 SoC octagonal performance.
Huawei Nova 5i option is 6GB RAM, carrying the model number “HUAWEI GLK-LX2”, smeared in Geekbench, by two separate entries under the same model number. This cellphone is marked 1516 and 1530 in the Geekbench single core test, placing 5193 and 5233 in each pass in the multicorner test. According to the Geekbench database, this phone is equipped with 1.71-GHz octan-core SoC and 6GB RAM.
To remember another variant of Huawei Nova 5i, the model number “HUAWEI GLK-LX3” was recently found to be packaged with the same octa-core processor, running at 1.71GHz, plus 4GB of RAM. The new list of Geekbench phones shows that HUAWEI GLK-LX2 will become a high-end Huawei Nova 5i with 6GB of RAM, while the HUAWEI GLK-LX3 may be the basic model, which is equipped with 4GB RAM.
The Huawei Nova mobile series usually debuts internationally with the name “P Lite”, and reportedly, New 5i will be launched on markets outside China such as the Huawei P20 Lite. Huawei Nova 5i has a quad-tailback camera and a 5.84-inch Full HD screen.
According to the NCC database, Nova 5i will offer 128 GB of internal memory, can be expanded to 512 GB, while the USB Type-C port will be there to load and transfer files. There is currently no official information about the New 5i official release.