Huawei is working on its next-generation mid-range smartphone dubbed Huawei Nova 6 under its popular Nova lineup. As the name suggests, the smartphone is going to be a successor of previously launched Nova 5. We are already aware of the fact that the device will come in 4G as well as 5G connectivity. For those who’re unaware, the Nova 6 5G variant recently leaked revealing the pill-shaped front camera design. The smartphone has yet again appeared on the rumour mill and this time it has managed to get the 3C certification.
Huawei Nova 6 to come with 40W Fast Charging Support
According to the emerging report, the Nova 6 recently appeared on the 3C certification listing with the model number WLZ-AL10. This the 4G variant which has bagged the certification as of now. For the 5G variant, the device comes with the model number WLZ-AN00. The 3C listing reveals a very key aspect of the device. The smartphone is seen featuring an HW-100400c00 charger which offers up to 40W fast charging speed.
Sadly, the listing doesn’t reveal any hardware specifications of the device. To recall, both the variants of the device have already received the TENAA certification. Furthermore, Huawei devices with model number WLZ-AL10, WLZ-AN00, WLZ-L29, WLZ-LX2, and a few others have recently been approved by the Bluetooth SIG body. We’re expecting the 5G variant of the smartphone to run on the latest Kirin 990 5G-enabled chipset.
As per the previous leaks and rumours, Huawei Nova 6 will feature an AMOLED display with an in-display fingerprint sensor. The smartphone will feature a glass sandwich design with gradient finish at the back. We will also see a quad-camera module on the back accompanied by an LED flash and laser autofocus.
At the time of covering this, there is no solid information on the pricing and launch details of the device. Since the smartphone has now appeared on the 3C listing, the official unveiling should be much sooner than we think. If that’s the case, then we might see more details coming forward in the coming weeks. Various rumours also point towards the December launch later this year.