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TENAA listing confirms dual rear cameras for Huawei Nova 2 lineup

03 May 2017 0

Huawei unveiled Nova lineup year as mid-rager smartphones for the European and Asian customers. The devices were packed with top-tier hardware with an affordable price tag. Today, the Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus images pop up online showcases that devices are TENAA certified. Like always, the TENAA certification not only gives the idea about the device design but also about the device specs sheet as well.

Both the devices have dual rear camera setup placed horizontally. The only prominent difference between both the design of the device is screen size, Apart from that design is pretty much similar. Both the devices have unibody metal design and the fingerprint scanners are also placed on the rear side. These are the alleged model numbers "PIC-AL00, PIC-TL00, BAC-AL00 and BAC-TL00" of Nova 2 and Nova Plus.

The Nova 2 Plus is bringing few extra features as opposed to the standard variant. The Nova 2 is featuring a 5.1-inch display and doesn't have the physical home button like the original Nova device. The Nova 2 Plus display is of 5.5-inches. The screen resolution of both the displays is Full HD with 1920 x 1080 pixels screen resolution.

The Kirin 660 chipset is powering the devices with 4GB RAM and internal memory is 64GB. The dual rear snappers are of 12MP whereas the front facing camera is of 8MP. The Nova 2 will have 3,000mAh battery cell whereas the Plus variant is packed with 3,300mAh cell. As far as the announcement is a concern, both the device's unveiling expected on May 26th, So we can expect official invitation will be rolled out in next few days.

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