Recently, we’d seen the official render of the upcoming Huawei Nova 6 (4G) courtesy of Android Headlines.
Today, renowned leaker Evan Blass has brought to us yet another render of the feverishly-anticipated Huawei Nova 6, but this time round, it’s the 5G version of the device dressed in Red.
Unlike the earlier render we saw for the 5G model, the new render we saw here showcases a rather similar design language as the current Nova 5T’s back panel – featuring a patterned design with repeating “Nova” logos. However, it is pretty obvious that the repeating “Nova” logos we saw here are significantly enlarged, as compared to that of the Nova 5T.
The front panel on the other hand, looks exactly similar to what we’d already seen so far. It will sport a capsule-shaped, hole-punched display which will house two selfie cameras. The device is said to come with a LCD display, due to the visible side-mounted fingerprint sensor on the Nova 6 5G.
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.
If nothing goes wrong, the Nova 6 series could be announced as early as December next year.
Source: Evan Blass