After announcing the P60 series in China, Huawei is expected to reveal the mid-range nova 11 series soon. Ahead of its imminent unveiling, Rodent950 shared an alleged render of the nova 11 Pro, and adds that there MIGHT be an Ultra version aside from a vanilla model.
Aside from the nova branding, the interesting part about the 11 Pro render is the camera module, which looks similar to the Huawei P60 series. As for the cameras, the nova 11 Pro will reportedly use a new 108-megapixel sensor that utilizes an RYYB color array. Other rumored features include a 4G version of the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1, a curved AMOLED display, and 100w wired charging.
Moving to the vanilla model, the nova 11 will have a flat display and what appears to be symmetrical bezels. It will have flat frame sides, along with stereo speakers. As for the processor, the nova 11 will reportedly use a Snapdragon 7+ Gen 2–though expect it to be 4G only due to the trade restrictions Huawei is facing.
As for the Ultra variant, there are no details yet about it. The nova 11 series is rumored to be unveiled in China on April 17, though Huawei has yet to confirm the date.