A new phone by Huawei with two model numbers HWI-AL00 and HWI-TL00 has appeared on TENNA, the telecommunication regulatory body from China. The TENAA images show that the new smartphone not only sports a full screen design, but also a front-mounted fingerprint reader.
It is speculated that the smartphone shown in the above images is the upcoming Huawei Nova 2s. It seems to be the same handset that had appeared in the leaked photos earlier this week. Some other rumors speculate that it may launch as Nova 3.
The alleged Nova 2s / Nova 3 features a 6-inch display that supports 18:9 aspect ratio. Most of the full screen design smartphones that have launched so far have rear-mounted fingerprint scanner as their front panel is mainly occupied by large-sized display. Surprisingly, Huawei has managed to place a fingerprint sensor embedded Home button on the slim-sized bottom bezel of the rumored Nova 2s.
The backside of the smartphone features dual camera system that includes a 16-megapixel sensor and a 20-megapixel sensor. The Chinese firm has also included dual selfie cameras on the phone.
The Kirin 670 chipset is powering the smartphone along with 4 GB of RAM. Its internal storage is 64 GB. It is also speculated to feature a 3.5mm audio jack. Its 3,340mAh battery is expected to carry support for 18W fast charging.
Like other Nova branded phones, the rumored Nova 2s / Nova 3 is also expected to be targeted towards the youth. Speculations are rife that the smartphone may be announced in the next month with a starting price of 2,499 Yuan (~$377).
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