Huawei as part of its plans to penetrate the US market unveiled the Nexus 6P look alike device last year at the IFA 2016 which held in September, the Huawei Nova and the Nova Plus, however, made significant impact in the market following its release and it looks like the tech company is gearing up to release yet another device as a sequel to the Nova series which it initiated last year.
Fresh reports indicate that the tech company is in the works of releasing the successor device to the Nova series which was released last year as the Nova 2 was spotted in China’a certification website, TENAA. The device which following its pass on TENAA is expected to hit the market soon has been announced by the tech company to be coming into the market come May 26th.
With the latest news in hand, fans are ecstatic as to what to expect on the latest device from the stables of the tech company which has blessed the tech market with the Honor series amongst other devices.
Thanks to the certification website’s listing, we have a pretty solid idea of what to expect from the device as regards specs. The TENAA listing showed that the Nova 2 would come into the market sporting a new design which means the tech company has decided on ditching the previous design on the Nova and Nova Plus, one which imitated the design on the Google Nexus 6P.
The Nova 2 will come to market sporting an aluminum body and solid glass mounted on the front part. The catch, however, is the decision of the tech company to exempt the home button from the front panel design while the back panel sports a dual-camera setup with rumors holding that it will come into the market sporting two 12MP sensors. The camera will also come fitted with a LED flashlight right under the camera and a fingerprint sensor.
More details regarding what to expect under the hood of the soon-to-be-announced device are scheduled online in the coming days ahead of its official release.