After unveiling the Huawei Nova 5T back in August, it seems like Huawei will soon be bringing it’s “Pro” variant to the market soon as well.
This device, dubbed as Huawei Nova 5T Pro had already been listed on Google’s Android Enterprise listing which revealed it’s official render along with some of the key specs.
Judging from it’s design, the Nova 5T Pro seems very likely to be a rebranded version of the Honor 20 Pro due to their close resemblance. In fact, the current Nova 5T is also a rebranded model of the Honor 20.
According to the enterprise listing, the Nova 5T Pro will arrive with a 5.5-inch display, which we believe is just a placeholder value.
If you still remember, the Nova 5T was also listed with a screen size of 5.5-inch previously, but eventually arrive with a 6.26-inch display.
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Besides that, the Nova 5T Pro is also listed with 8GB of RAM coupled with 128GB/ 256GB onboard storage.
For the case of Nova 5T Pro, the device is expected to arrive with licensed Google apps and services out of the box. Therefore, you can expect to find all the standard apps including Play store, Google Maps and many others pre-installed.
This is due to the fact that the Honor 20 Pro was certified by Google before the US trade ban came into play. Hence, Nova 5T Pro as a rebadged Honor 20 Pro, is also Google certified.
This has been the case of many recent smartphones including the Nova 5T and Huawei Y9s.