Huawei Nova 5z appears in an official image with key specifications


Huawei has introduced the Nova 5 series in June this year. Since then, the company has launched five phones from this series. And today, the company has announced the sixth phone from this series called the Nova 5z.

Huawei posted an image on Chinese social network Weibo to make the announcement and reveal the phone’s design and a few specs.

As from the appearance, Huawei Nova 5z looks very similar to that of Nova 5i Pro that was launched back in August. As from the published image, the Huawei 5z features a punch-hole display at the front while at the back, it comes with a quad-camera setup in a square formation. There is also a fingerprint scanner.

As from the image posted by Huawei, it is revealed the quad-rear camera setup includes a 48MP primary, 8MP ultrawide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth sensor modules. For selfies and video calls, you will get a 32MP camera on the front. On the other hand, the Nova 5z is powered by the Kirin 810 SoC.

This is quite surprising that the Nova 5i Pro comes with the same camera configuration and chipset as that of Nova 5z. So, it will be interesting to know how the company differentiates from both of the devices.

As of now, Huawei hasn’t revealed the launch date of the nova 5z yet. But, if the date on the lockscreen of the phone is anything to go by, we will see it go official on October 21.

We expect there will be another Huawei phone launching alongside the Nova 5z as TENAA recently published the specs for a Huawei phone with the model number AQM-AL00. The phone has an OLED display, triple rear cameras, and a 4000mAh battery is rumored to be the P Smart 2020.

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