Huawei Nova 6 with WLZ-AL10 model number has received approval from the 3C authority of China.
Updated: Oct 30, 2019
We have found a new update in China’s CCC listing today. The 5G variant of Huawei Nova 6 has been certified with a maximum charging speed of 40W.
Original: Oct 29, 2019
WLZ-AL10 is the 4G-only edition of the Nova 6 5G phone that has a model number of WLZ-AN00. It is speculated that the Nova 6 may break cover by December this year.
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The 3C listing of the Huawei WLZ-AL10 has revealed that it could be shipped with a HW-100400C00 charger that may deliver maximum charging speeds of up to 40W. Recently, the WLZ-AL10 smartphone was spotted on TENAA alongside its 5G edition that has a model number of WLZ-AN00. The 5G variant has not appeared yet on 3C.
Also, the TENAA listings of WLZ-AL10 / AN00 haven’t revealed any information on their specifications. These models numbers along with some multiple other variants such as WLZ-L29, WLZ-LX2 and many more, have received approvals from Bluetooth SIG body. The 5G edition of the Nova 6 has also been spotted on the database of China’s MIIT body.
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A recent report by 91mobiles had carried a leaked render of the smartphone. It revealed that the phone features a display that has a pill-shaped punch-hole for the two front-facing cameras. The rear side of the phone has a vertical camera module followed by an LED flash. It includes three camera sensors. Alongside it is a small model with a fourth sensor.
The handset seems to be equipped with an in-screen fingerprint reader. Hopefully, the full specifications of the Nova 6 5G will be revealed on TENAA soon. Considering the fact that it is a 5G phone, it is likely that it could be featuring the Kirin 980 or 990 chipset.
Apart from the Huawei Nova 6, the Chinese manufacturer is also working on Honor V30 and V30 Pro phones. Rumors have it that the Honor V30 phones will go official in the coming month.