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Huawei Nova 2 Release Date, News & Update: Features Similar To Huawei P9, P10 In Many Ways? Not Another Nexus 6P

by Guenee Simmons / May 19, 2017 09:35 PM EDT
Huawei Nova 2 Release Date, News & Update

Huawei Nova 2 is rumored to be in the works right now and has even reached TENAA, which suggests of a likely announcement in China soon. While there has been no confirmation given by the Chinese OEM, leaked images indicate that the device is almost ready.

Huawei Nova 2 Is Designed With A Different Look

The upcoming Huawei Nova 2 will look very different from the previous Nova handsets that resemble Nexus 6P. According to reports, the smartphone is dropping the black band above  the rear panel and will be replaced by antenna lines.

Huawei Nova 2 is also expected to feature a dual camera system, although Leica lens similar to what is included in Huawei P9 and P10 is unlikely. Nevertheless, the addition of the dual cam setup still brings excitement. in addition to this, a fingerprint scanner on the rear can also be seen on the leaked image of the device, including a 2.5D glass on the front display.

The new Huawei Nova 2 leaked image, however, does not have an indication of a home button on the front, which could be placed on the back or on the side with the round fingerprint sensor. Meanwhile, the upcoming handset will be a mid-range Android smartphone that is believed to be offered in a budget-friendly price, Android Community reported.

Huawei Watch Gets Android Wear 2.0

Huawei watch owners can now update the original device to run Android Wear 2.0. Reports suggest that the update rolls out to the developer preview and the channel of the smartwatch. Furthermore, it should be available via the watch's settings or the Huawei Watch can be manually flashed.

The Huawei Watch 2 was released in April and was launched with Android Wear 2.0 already installed. It should be noted that Android Wear 2.0 optimizes the operating system for a circular display, including the capability to type directly on a built-in keyboard as well as to use third-party watch faces, The Verge reported.

 

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