Yesterday, Huawei released a new video teaser which revealed that the upcoming Nova 6 will be featuring a 32 megapixels selfie camera coupled with autofocus capability.
Today, the Chinese smartphone maker has continued their teasing campaign with yet another video teaser. This time round, it teases on the Ultra Night Mode feature of the Nova 6.
Although Night Mode has became pretty common for rear snappers, but it is still something relatively new for selfie cameras.
If you still remember, Huawei has also revealed earlier that the Nova 6 will be able to capture wider selfie shots courtesy of it’s 105-degree superwide angle lens.
From all the recent teasers, it is obvious that the Nova 6’s photography prowess is one of the headliner features for the upcoming handset.
What we know about the Huawei Nova 6 so far…
Previously, we’d already seen a couple of official Huawei Nova 6 renders courtesy of Android Headlines and Evan Blass. From the render, we do know that the upcoming Nova 6 will feature a vertically-aligned, quad-camera module located on the top left corner of the device.
Similarly, it will also come with a rather similar design language as the current Nova 5T’s back panel that has a patterned design with repeating “Nova” logos. If you take a close look at the render, you will also discover the presence of a side-mounted fingerprint sensor as well.
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.