Back on May 30, Huawei started teasing its upcoming Huawei Nova 10 series smartphones. The brand released the teaser with the caption “new 10th generations, beyond expectations”. It was announced by the global spokesperson Yi Yang Qianxi. Apart from this, the teaser didn’t reveal any specifications of the device. Nor does it indicate the launch date of the smartphone. Yesterday, there were reports from many existing digital bloggers who found a couple of smartphones approved by the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology.
These two smartphones are from the upcoming Huawei Nova 10. The ministry’s approval is required to access the Internet, run its OS (HarmonyOS), and have added appearance (color matching). Earlier, these two new phones passed 3C certification and entered the network. The standard version, i.e., the Huawei Nova 10, will sport the model number NCO-AL00.
It will support 66W fast charging and gets support for dual-SIMs. At the same time, the Huawei nova 10 Pro sports the model number GLA-AL00 and supports 100W fast charging. It also brings support for dual-SIM like the standard model. However, both smartphones certified only support 4G. We expected the Pro model to get support for 5G.
The previous reports on the web say that the Huawei Nova 10 series will be released by the end of this month. Last year, the Nova 9 Pro came with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G 4G chipset. It is backed by a 4000 mAh battery that supports 100W Huawei super fast charge. Huawei will bring a significant change to the selfie camera. This is because the Nova series has always been focused on youth.