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Another alleged Huawei Shine (Xingyao) phone spotted online with Kirin 7000 chipset



Huawei Shine phone Kirin 7000 chipset

Huawei Shine (Xingyao) has been a heated discussion among consumers in recent times and now, another alleged phone from this sub-series has appeared online with an entirely new Kirin 7000 chipset. Let’s explore this model in more detail.

Tipster @JinanDigital shared inputs regarding a rumored Huawei Shine (Xingyao) Star E1 5G phone with several dynamic specs and the alleged Kirin 7000 chipset. Notably, the device resembles a slight glimpse of the Mate 50 handset.

Accordingly, the tipster has shared three images that reveal the major specifications of the Huawei Shine Star E1 smartphone. Starting with the front side, it bears a single punch-hole design with curvy edges, ultra-narrow bezels, and a flat screen.

In terms of display, the phone is hearsay to adopt a 120Hz refresh rate, a high-frequency PWM dimming rate for effective ambient brightness, and eye protection capabilities. Also, the rear side wraps a plastic frame.

However, the highlight of this device is the Kirin 7000 chip which is said to deliver powerful performance. This Kirin variant is an entirely new processor which is still to be announced. With this chip, one can play on the device all day long and experience stable as well as fast operations.

Moving on, the optical framework uses a 64MP main camera while the other lenses remain a secret. The device holds a 5000mAh battery with 88W superfast Turbocharging. It further pre-installs HarmonyOS 4.0 with NFC features.

Huawei Shine phone Kirin 7000 chipset

Price Details

Apart from the specifications, the tipster mentioned the cost and storage versions of the alleged Huawei Shine Star E1 phone. These are as follows:

  • Huawei Shine Star E1 (8GB + 256GB) – 1799 yuan
  • Huawei Shine Star E1 (12GB + 256GB) – 1999 yuan
  • Huawei Shine Star E1 (12GB + 512GB) – 2399 yuan

Real or Fake?

Huawei has not teased or listed any such device on its official website. Moreover, the company hasn’t made official statements on this matter. Exploring the comment section, many netizens stamped the ‘fake’ tag on this device’s posters.

Just like its sibling Huawei Shine V10, this phone does not appear real for the moment. However, the Chinese tech giant is reportedly planning a new sub-brand and we may find official insights on this subject by the next year.

Huawei Shine phone Kirin 7000 chipset


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