Huawei Nova 6 5G first image reveals a perforated screen with dual front camera

Recently, Huawei has launched in its country two new phones: on the one hand, the Huawei Enjoy 10s, with triple rear camera and OLED screen, and on the other, the Huawei Nova 5z, with four sensors on the back and perforated screen. Precisely that Nova's family is the one that will soon receive a new member to judge by the leaks of the last days.

Just yesterday, 91mobiles exclusively published a render of the supposed Huawei Nova 6 5G that the brand would be planning to launch in December. In it, we could see a triple rear camera and a screen with a hole to accommodate the double front camera. This last feature can also be seen in the photo that has just leaked on Weibo and that would also correspond to that Huawei Nova 6 5G.

Five cameras in total ... or six

According to the render published by 91mobiles, the Huawei Nova 6 5G would sport a glass body with a degraded finish and a front panel that would recover the perforation we saw in the Nova 4 (and that left the Nova 5 ) to house the front camera.

That camera in this new phone would be double so that the hole would have a pill shape like the Galaxy S10 +, but it would be located in the left corner.

That image also shows us a screen with tight frames and a small lower chin. As the fingerprint reader does not appear, it is assumed that it will be integrated into the panel. On the back, we see a camera with three sensors, an LED flash, and the usual 'Camera IA' inscription on the company's smartphones. The resolution of these sensors is unknown, but they are likely to be accompanied by laser autofocus or a 3D ToF sensor to calculate depth.

The photo that has been filtered on Weibo does not provide more details, but it does confirm the presence of a dual-camera in the screen hole and reveals the interface features of EMUI, the Huawei customization layer based on Android. For now, the specifications of this new Huawei 5G phone are unknown, but it is expected to be presented in December along with a 4G variant.

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