Huawei is launching the nova 6 lineup on December 5, less than six months after the arrival of the nova 5 family. We’ve seen the phone leak with a punch hole in its display hosting dual shooters and a camera setup that hasn’t had a major overhaul, but now the company released an official teaser, giving us a far clearer look at the actual front and back panels.
We can clearly see a triple camera setup, complemented by an LED flash, all lined up vertically. On the side, there is a tiny sensor, likely for a macro camera and what might be laser AF. Although Huawei is pushing a new, nova-inspired, design on the back panel, we can see that this device will also have a white glossy option with no letters on the panel.
Sadly, the Huawei nova 6 (or at least one of the phones from the nova 6 family) will miss on the 3.5 audio jack. The fingerprint scanner will be mounted on the power button on the side, while pn the bottom, the USB-C will have a speaker grille on one side, with the SIM tray on the other.
We are expecting a wide-angle selfie camera with 105-degree FoV, which should be enough to get everyone in the shot.
The official launch is in two weeks and that’s when we’ll see how many nova 6 phones will arrive and what will be the full name of the device, seen in the video.