Reports on Huawei working on an exciting new smartphone surfaced a few days ago, and it seems that new rumors suggest that the company will actually launch two new handsets. Huawei will allegedly release Huawei Nova and Nova Plus during IFA.
Huawei has been working on a phone that's addressing a specific segment of consumers, women. According to leakster Evan Blass, Huawei intends to showcase Huawei Nova and Nova Plus during IFA Berlin. The company will also unveil Huawei MediaPad M3 during the same event that's scheduled to take place in September.
In addition, Android Pure reports that Huawei has released two teasers for promoting upcoming Nova handsets, showing that the company will most likely release two devices in the Nova series.
The report states that the phones will be unveiled on September 9, during IFA 2016, in Berlin, and that they will both have a metal body. The Nova phones will come in a gold color variant, and it seems that Huawei won't be equipping the devices with dual-camera setups.
The two Nova smartphones will come with a smooth design
Word is that the two smartphones will be variants of the Honor 8, but since there aren't many details on specs and only partial sections of the handsets appear in the images, it's quite hard to tell. Still, the pictures do show that the two devices will have smooth designs, one of them coming with a square-shaped camera, and the other with a circular rear camera.
It's quite difficult to tell the design of the phones since they're just renders and they've been stylized to have a green light across their contour. The two teasers also mention the tagline “Beyond limits, Defy expectations,” which seems quite a catchy phrase. Nevertheless, September 9 isn't that far off, and we'll surely get a glimpse of the two phones during IFA 2016.