Rumor: Huawei To Launch Nova, Nova Plus & MediaPad M3 At IFA

The next major tech event of the year is fast approaching. This is of course, IFA, which takes place in Berlin. As is the case every year, a number of high-profile companies are expected to be in attendance and showcasing their latest wares. In particular, Huawei is set to be at the event and it is looking increasingly likely that the company will be unveiling a number of products.

Over the last few weeks there has been a number of teasers and rumors circulated that Huawei will be unveiling a new tablet, one which could be the Huawei MediaPad M3. This is a tablet which saw its specs leak fairly recently. However over the same period, speculation has also started to mount that Huawei might be unveiling a new smartphone too. While little seems to be known about the smartphone, one particular rumor points towards the Huawei Nova being the smartphone in question. What made this particular rumor so interesting is that the smartphone is said to be one which is designed for women. Now, the latest rumor coming through is that there will be two smartphones and a tablet unveiled by Huawei during the event.

This latest rumor comes by way of known tipster @evelaks who earlier today sent out a tweet confirming as much. The tweet which reads “Huawei Nova, Nova Plus, and MediaPad M3 launching at IFA”, looks to confirm the previous rumors that Huawei will be unveiling a new smartphone, the Huawei Nova, and a new tablet, the MediaPad M3. However, the tweet also does note that as well as the Huawei Nova, Huawei will be unveiling a second smartphone, dubbed the Huawei Nova Plus. While little is currently known about this second handset, with the Plus moniker in use, it does stand to reason this will likely be a larger version of the Nova or possibly, a more powerful one. Either way, with the Huawei press conference only a few days away, it won't be long until it is clear whether Huawei has one or two new smartphones as well as a new tablet coming.

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