Today, two upcoming Huawei and Honor devices have been certified by the Chinese TENAA authority. These two devices carry the model number WLZ-AN00 and OXF-AN00 respectively. What’s interesting is that these two devices were listed with 5G support for both standalone (SA) and non-standalone (NSA) modes.
According to reports, the WLZ-AN00 is believed to be the 5G variant of the upcoming Huawei Nova 6. This device had also been reportedly certified by the Chinese MIIT authority recently as well.
Similarly, the Huawei Nova 6 (4G) with model number WLZ-AL10 had also received it’s certification.
The OXF-AN00 on the other hand, is believed to be the 5G variant of the upcoming Honor V30 (Vera 30). If you still remember, Honor’s president George Zhao had revealed earlier this week that the Honor V30 is scheduled to make it’s official debut in November, next month. This device had already been confirmed to be driven by the latest Kirin 990 (5G) SoC.
From what we’d learned so far, the OXF moniker is said to stand for Oxford, while WLZ reportedly stands for Waltz. Besides revealing the network support of the two devices, there isn’t any other information we could sieve out from it’s current listing.
Hopefully in the coming days, we’re able to hear more about these two highly-anticipated handsets.