A total of three Huawei branded smartphones have been certified by the Chinese regulator – TENAA. And from information on the certification pages, two of the devices look set to launch with the blazing 5G connectivity. The first two have the WLZ-AN00 and OXF-AN00 model numbers and are rumored to be the Huawei Nova 6, and the Honor V30 smartphones respectively. The Nova 6 5G has recently passed CMIIT certification and has now cleared TENAA. And while there are presently no renders or even specs, the listing says both devices support 5G support standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes.
Away from the 5G smartphones, the regulatory body has also endorsed a third Huawei device with the model number WLZ-AL10, which corresponds to the 4G variant of the Huawei Nova 6.
Details about these devices remain largely unavailable. However, Honor President Zhao Ming had a while ago confirmed that the company will launch the 5G-enabled V30 flagship smartphone in the coming month. The V30 will also be accompanied by a Pro variant. Although we are not entirely sure if both devices will come with their respective 4G versions.
The V30 series is tipped to go official on November 26 in China, while the Huawei Nova 6 5G is rumored to launch closely following the V30, perhaps, sometime in December.