Huawei has a big flagship launch coming up in a few days and the company is already in the process of clearing out legal hurdles for its Nova 7 series of phones that will also launch soon. The Huawei Nova 7 and Nova 7 Pro were spotted on the CCC certification database just recently and have now appeared on TENAA. This happens amidst the turmoil of COVID-19 which is now encompassing other regions of the globe while China seems to have moved past the worst phase.
The models that have been detected – JER-AN10 and JEF-AN00 – are the same that have been spotted on the CCC database. There are two more models – BMH-AN10 and CDY-AN00 – which seem to be variants of the Nova 7 series. It’s possible that it is a Huawei Nova 7 SE. The series will succeed the Nova 6 range of phones and it usually employs Huawei’s flagship chipsets which means we’ll likely see the Kirin 990 chipset on the Pro version at the very least. The low-end variants of the Nova 7 could, however, settle for a Kirin 820 5G that is confirmed for the Honor 30S as of now.
As of now, there’s also confirmation of a 40W fast charging capacity for the series. Of course, we should get to know a lot more soon as the TENAA database gets populated very soon.
Right now, Huawei is poised to launch the P40 series on March 26th. Thereafter, Honor will follow with the Honor 30S and we expect the Nova 7 series to show up sometime in April.