Huawei, like few other manufacturers, has their hands in almost all the spectrums of the smartphone market. Further proving this point are the two devices we just spotted making their way through the Chinese Certification website TENAA. We believe that these devices are the successors to the Huawei Nova and Huawei Nova Plus which went official last year, to be called the Huawei Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus.
Both devices are aimed at the mid-range market as suggested by the specs which gives more credibility to the fact that this might be the Nova successors as they were also aimed at the mid-tire market. As the name suggests, the smaller among the two is the Huawei Nova 2 which sports a 5.1 inch display on its entirely black front panel with the Huawei logo making an appearance on the lower bezel.
The Nova 2 Plus, however, comes in with a much larger 5.5-inch display on a white front panel. As of now, the only difference between these two devices is their screen sizes as their similarities are much more.
They are both graced with a dual camera implemented on their back panels which is a major step ahead of the single snapper its Nova and Nova Plus predecessors went official with. Powering both the new handsets will be Huawei’s very own 16nm HI Silicon Kirin 660 powerful midrange processor.
Also making an appearance on the back panel is a fingerprint scanner so the security of both handsets are taking care of. As of now, this is as much as we know, nonetheless, we will update you as the information come up.