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Here are the official renders of the Huawei Nova 6 in four colorways

The highly anticipated Huawei Nova 6 5G will be officially announced on December 5th in China. However, before the device has even been made official, Huawei has already revealed it’s official renders on Vmall.

These renders show off the Nova 6 5G in four different colorways including Black, Blue, Blue-Purple Gradient, as well as Red. For the Red variant, there will be a patterned design on the rear side with repeating “Nova” logos – similar to what we’d seen on the Nova 5T.

The front panel of the device shows off a close resemblance to the Honor V30, sporting a pill-shaped hole punch on the top-left corner which houses two selfie cameras.

According to Huawei, one of the selfie cameras will feature a 32 megapixels sensor and will come with autofocus capability. It will also be able to capture wider selfie shots courtesy of it’s 105-degree ultrawide angle lens.

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On it’s rear panel, there will be a vertically-aligned triple camera setup and a LED flash. Next to the camera module is possibly a 3D ToF sensor or perhaps a laser autofocus.

At current stage, there is still no much information regarding the device’s internals. However, it’s 3C certification listing did revealed that both the Nova 6 4G and 5G will support 40W fast-charging.

Similarly, we’d also learned from it’s TENAA listing that it’s 5G variant will be able to support both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes. Under the hood, the device is likely to be driven by the latest Kirin 990 SoC as well.

As usual, the Nova 6 5G will not be shipping with licensed Google Play apps and services if it ever heads out of China due to the ongoing US trade ban. Instead, it will be shipped with their in-house Huawei Mobile Services (HMS).

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