<div id = 'csse_post_div' style = 'text-align: justify! Informations connues Les conceptions de la caméra temporaire des deux téléphones côte à côte dans l'image semblent très similaires dans une fuite distincte, another party claimed that the Huawei Nova series 8 and Honor V40 series could launch in December, refuting a previous report claiming the launch would occur in November. These leaks occur even at a time when In this document, a report claims that Huawei will soon sell its sub-brand Honor to 100 billion RMB (about 1,12,100 crore)
According to a report from Playfuldroid citing a hint from Changan Digital King, Huawei to hold separate events for Huawei Nova series 8 and the launch of the Honor V40 series. Huawei launched the first Huawei Nova series phone 8 earlier this month, the Huawei Nova 8 SE with a rear camera. Quadruple, supports fast charging of 66 watts and comes with an eight-core processor, dimensions of 720 SoC In addition, a “high version” phone with 5G support was launched during this event.
The rear camera design leak, that was shared on Twitter by a board, shows both the Huawei Nova 8 and the Honor V40 with a similar design, while the alleged Huawei Nova phone 8 appears to have a rectangular camera module with a quad rear camera and apparently an LED flash. The other phone in the picture, which would be the Huawei Nova series 8, has an oval camera module with a similar quad rear camera setup.
Leaks and speculation about the launch of the two phones approaching following a Reuters report claiming that Huawei plans to sell Honor for 100 CNY billion (about) a deal valued at Rs 1,12,100 crore) to a consortium led by handset distributor Digital China and the government of his hometown of Shenzhen
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