Recent reports have claimed that Huawei will announce the first Nova 9 series smartphone this month. Today, the company took to its Weibo handle to confirm that it will be unleashing the Nova 9 series on Sept. 23 in China.
The official poster reveals that the upcoming Nova 9 will have an oval-shaped camera module with two camera rings. The top one houses the main camera followed by the three auxiliary cameras and LED flash in the second ring.
The back panel of the phone bears a Nova branding. Its right edge features a volume rocker and a power key. The poster confirms it will come preinstalled with the Harmony OS. It is speculated that the Huawei phone with the RTE-AL00 model number that was spotted at TENAA in the recent past is the forthcoming Nova 9 smartphone.
The images of the Huawei RTE-AL00 that are available at TENAA reveal that its display features a pill-shaped camera cutout. It appears that the smartphone is fitted with a high refresh rate OLED panel and dual front-facing cameras. For security, it may offer an in-screen fingerprint scanner. The specifications have not appeared yet in the TENAA listing.
The RTE-AL00 Huawei phone is a 4G LTE device. Its 3C certification has revealed that it may ship with a 66W fast charger. A recent claimed that the smartphone could be powered by the 4G variant of the Snapdragon 778G chipset.
Another Huawei phone with model number NAM-AL00 was also spotted at the 3C certification site recently. The listing revealed that it is a 4G LTE device that may ship with a 100W fast charger. Probably, this device will break cover as the Nova 9 Pro.