The Xiaomi Mi 8 SE is set to hit our market and is set to meet the competition of the Huawei Nova 3.
Huawei's new smartphone will be unveiled in July and is believed to make a difference in the market. But let's go in parts.
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Huawei already has a number of intermediate smartphones on the market, why is this Nova 3 going to be any different? Why is this going to be the competitor of Xiaomi Mi 8 SE?
The Xiaomi Mi 8 SE hits the market with a new processor. The Snapdragon 710 is built to be a low value chip, but with good performance. While far from the super powerful Snapdragon 845, the 710 will give us everything we need for an intermediate device.
Huawei Nova 3 will arrive with the Kirin 710 to compete with the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE
Huawei's mid-range smartphones feature an unflattering processor. Kirin's 600 range is not the most powerful and the P20 Lite, for example, is far from able to compete with the Xiaomi Mi 8 Se for performance.
That's why Huawei is already preparing the Kirin 710 which will be the direct competitor of Snapdragon 710, ie the same processor as the Xiaomi Mi 8 SE.
We still know little about what the Nova 3 will look like at design, but I fully believe it will follow the lines of the P20. That is, glass construction, on-screen notch and above average build quality.
It will surely be a matter of time until we know more information about the Huawei Nova 3. It will be an interesting battle to see. With the entry of Xiaomi in the UK’s market, things became much more lively!
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