The specifications of the Huawei Nova 6 and Nova 6 5G are fully filtered

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2020 aims to be the year of 5G, with firms such as Xiaomi opening exclusive mobile factories with this connectivity, Samsung bringing this technology to its A range, or Huawei closer to launching its first mid-high range with 5G.

This device will be the Huawei Nova 6 5G, which will be accompanied by a variant without this connectivity. The specifications of both terminals have been completely filtered in Weibo and, if the data is true, we are faced with two quite powerful proposals.

Kirin 990 and own modem for 5G


The teaser revealing the design of the Huawei Nova 6 leaked in Weibo a few days ago. Now, as we see in Gizmochina, they have leaked the full specifications of this model, as well as its 5G variant. Leaf specs would come to confirm all the rumors that we have been knowing to date.

Both models will feature the Kirin 990, in addition to quite ambitious RAM and ROM configurations

According to this information, both devices will have the Kirin 990 processor. In the case of the 5G variant, the Kirin 5000 will be accompanied by the Balong 5000, the 5G modem owned by the Chinese firm. In addition to having the best Huawei processor, RAM will consist of 8 GB of storage, as well as 128 GB in the case of internal memory. Of course, the 5G model can choose up to 256 GB.

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Nova 6 5g

The screen will be according to the 6.57 inch filtered sheet, which lies in a size greater than 16cm high in the case of both models. At the battery level, the model without 5G will have 4,100mAh, and the model 5G with 4,200mAh. To power these batteries, we will have 40W charging technology in both cases.

In short, both models are identical, saving that the Nova 6 5G will come from the hand of a larger 100mAh battery, a 256 GB version of internal memory and 5G connectivity. At the moment, there is no news about its release date. Mind you, remember that the Nova family usually arrives in Spain, so you should be aware of your movements.

Via | Gizmochina

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