Huawei Nova 6 5G and Honor V30 5G Listed at TENAA

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With the launch scheduled for November, the Honor V30 has received certification in TENAA China. As a result, the new subsidiary of Huawei‘s subsidiary already has the necessary authorization to be sold in Chinese territory.

According to the regulator, the V30 is numbered OXF-AN00 and has support for 5G technology. However, to the sadness of many, the documentation does not bring any technical specification of the device.

Another device that has also received TENAA certification is the Huawei Nova 6. The available documentation points out that we will have two variants, the first being equipped with 4G (WLZ-AL10) and the second with 5G (WLZ-AN00).

For now, Huawei does not comment on any details involving the Nova 6. Also, this is the first time this device has appeared in any regulatory body. However, just like the Mate 30, the Nova 6 must support dual-band 5G (SA and NSA).

Thus, Huawei reinforces its strategy of expanding the launch of mobile phones with the new connection. According to some analysts, China has the potential to dominate 50% of the 5G phone market in its homeland. This is because it “came first” in this segment and has expanded the offer of enabled devices for the new network.

To date, there is no official release date for the Honor V30. Still, according to rumors, the Huawei should set an event for November 26, while the announcement of the Nova 6 may happen shortly thereafter.

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