On December 5, Huawei held a product launch event for the Nova 6 series in Wuhan. Among the phones, the most important model is Huawei Nova 6 5G.
Huawei Nova 6 5G packs a Kirin 990 SoC with Balong 5000 modem to achieve 5G. It uses a 6.57-inch multi-touch full display, also called “dual-lens hole-punch display,” whose resolution is 1080P.
Two front cameras support 4K video recording. The primary lens is 32MP. The other is a 105° ultrawide lens that supports portrait mode and Super Night Scene mode. The primary rear camera is 40MP with a 120° ultra-wide-angle lens and 30x zoom. The built-in battery is 4200 mAh and supports 40W fast charging.
What do you think after looking at these specs? Yes, it makes you think of the Honor V30 standard version. Both the processor and the display with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner are the same. Even the module of the rear cameras is identical.
The only difference is the design of rear cameras and the logo behind these two phones. Of course, the positioning of these two models is different. Nevertheless, Huawei Nova 6 5G featuring the selfie camera is the first phone with an ultra-wide-angle front-facing lens.
This is kind of interesting because Huawei is to reduce the cost as much as possible. Currently, only Huawei dares to launch the same phone model with different logos and names, and so it did.
Because Huawei has outstanding sub-brands, such as Honor and Nova, unlike other brands that don't have a sub-brand in their portfolios.