Recently, there have been quite a few leaks and rumours suggesting that Huawei is working on a new smartphone series – the Nova 6. The Nova 6 series is said to have three devices – the Nova 6 4G, the Nova 6 5G, and the Nova 6 SE.
The Nova 6 4G and the Nova 6 5G have a similar design and a feature set. The Nova 6 SE, on the other hand, is said to have a slightly different feature-set and a design language. While we already had a look at the Nova 6, there wasn’t any information regarding the design of the Nova 6 SE
Well, a new report from Android Headlines reveals images of a smartphone, which it claims to be the Nova 6 SE. These images reveal a few key specifications of the device. Apart from that, the publication reveals a few other features of the smartphone.
Huawei Nova 6 SE: Leaked Rendered Images
The first thing you will notice in the leaked images is that the Nova 6 SE has a punch-hole in its display. However, the punch-hole here houses only one front-facing camera. To recall, the rendered images of the Nova 6 show that it has a wide punch-hole, housing two front-facing cameras. Rumours suggest that the display will have a 6.44-inch size. Display type, however, is currently unknown.
At the back, the Nova 6 SE has a quad-camera setup, just like Evan Blass revealed recently. While there is no concrete information regarding the camera sensors in this setup, rumours suggest that there will be a 60MP primary camera accompanied by 16MP, 2MP, and 2MP sensors. These rendered images also show that the Nova 6 SE will have its power and volume buttons mounted to the right-hand side of the device.
Android Headlines also claims that the Nova 6 SE will have Kirin 810 SoC, 4800mAh battery, 40W fast charging, and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Huawei is organising a launch event on December 5, where it is expected to launch the Nova 6 4G and the Nova 6 5G smartphones. You can expect the Nova 6 SE to make its debut at the same event. Unfortunately, there is no information regarding the price of the smartphone yet.
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