Samsung has announced a new contest on Weibo that allows users to win a smartphone. The most curious aspect of the entire initiative is the fact that the mobile phone in question is not produced by the Korean company, but by Huawei, the main rival of the market.
The competition started yesterday, June 24th, and was launched from the Samsung page dedicated to sponsoring ISOCELL sensors. Hence the choice to give users the Huawei Nova 4e smartphone, which uses as its image sensor the one produced by the Korean company.
The photographic module on the Huawei device is the 32-megapixel Samsung GD1, which makes it the first smartphone to show off a front-facing camera of this type.
Huawei Nova 4e has a display with a 6.15 inch drop notch and a resolution of 2312×1080 pixels, a Kirin 710 processor, 4 or 6 gigabyte RAM depending on the variant and 128 gigabytes of internal memory. On the front body are mounted three cameras, including a 24-megapixel wide-angle lens, an 8-megapixel lens and a last 2-megapixel sensor capable of capturing depth-of-field information. The battery instead has a capacity of 3340 mAh.