Recently, multiple reports have suggested that Huawei is planning to launch the successor to the Nova 5 smartphone in the near future. Allegedly called the Huawei Nova 6, the phone is rumoured to arrive in both 4G and 5G network supported variants. Ahead of the official launch, the Huawei Nova 6 5G model was spotted in the database of the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (CMIIT). Now, the upcoming Nova smartphone has bagged approval from yet another regulatory authority in the brand’s home market of China.
The Huawei Nova 6 has now been certified by TENAA. The phone has received certification under the two model numbers – WLZ-AL10 and WLZ-AN00. The former is listed as a 4G smartphone, while the latter’s listing clearly mentions support for 5G networks. Notably, the Nova 6 model that was spotted on CMIIT also carries the WLZ-AN00 model number and has 5G support. Unfortunately, the TENAA certifications haven’t revealed anything about the other specifications of the Nova 6. However, the Nova 6 is speculated to be powered by the brand’s latest in-house flagship chipset, the Kirin 990, which features an integrated 5G modem. Also, we can expect the handset to offer a full-screen design, an in-display fingerprint sensor, and at least three primary cameras at the rear.
The TENAA listings of the Huawei Nova 6 are expected to be updated with specifications and images soon. If the reports are to be believed, the smartphone could be unveiled in China at some point in December this year. We will bring you more details as soon as anything regarding the handset pops-up online, so keep watching this space for regular updates.