The Huawei nova 11 SE was revealed in promo materials last Monday, and today, we finally learned when the phone will launch. It will arrive tomorrow, October 31, with an LTE-only chipset as a listing on Geekbench confirms.
The nova 11 SE with model number BON-AL00 was benchmarked with Android 12 and 8 GB RAM. The SoC wasn’t explicitly named, but we are confident the octa-core CPU configuration of four 2.4 GHz and four 1.9 GHz cores matches the Snapdragon 680.
The official Weibo page of Huawei still remains silent on the launch, but the promo image was already spotted at several online retailers, and local residents confirmed it was seen in physical locations. The device is expected to have a 108 MP main camera and a 32 MP selfie shooter. It will be a very thin handset with a 7.39 mm profile (not including the camera bumps).
Huawei will reveal pricing and availability tomorrow, but we expect it to be a relatively affordable smartphone. Given its lack of 5G connectivity, the nova 11 SE might also go international – this is yet to be confirmed.