Way back in May 2017, Huawei unveiled the Nova 2 and Nova 2 Plus. But till now, both devices are only been sold in China, which is the manufacturer’s home country. However, such condition will be changed in no distance time, particularly for the bigger Nova 2 Plus. This will come to pass as the US FCC has recently given certifications to two new versions of this smartphone.
The Nova 2 Plus that is been sold in China has the model number BAC-AL00, while the ones certified by the FCC which will be sold outside China has model numbers BAC-L03 and BAC-L23. The BAC-L03 will be a single SIM device, while the BAC-L23 will come with dual SIM functionality.
Just like the norm, the FCC certification does not reveal where the Nova 2 Plus will be launched, but since Huawei is a big phone brand that has a global footprint, you can expect it to spread to a lot of countries in the world in due course.
Brief Specs Of The Nova 2 Plus
The Nova 2 Plus runs on the current Android 7.0 (Nougat) with Huawei’s EMUI 5.1 operating system. It has a 5.5inch 1080 pixel touch screen, a Kirin 659 chipset, 4GB or RAM and 128GB internal storage (expandable via microUSD). It also has a 3340mAh battery that guarantees long-lasting usage. It features a dual rear camera setup (12MP + 8MP) and a 20MP front facing shooter for very detailed selfies.
Nova 2 Plus Availability Outside China
The release date or availability of the Nova 2 Plus outside China is not fixed yet, but you can expect it any moment from now since it has passed the US FCC test. An update of the official date will be made known on this same page.