New Wiko 5G phone Spotted on TENAA with 5G and HarmonyOS

In the last December, Wiko 5G (rebranded Huawei Nova 9 SE), a smartphone that supports newer and faster bandwidth and runs on Huawei’s HarmonyOS was launched in China. At present, the company head to another new 5 G-enabled handset.

This guide is brought you the details of what is enrolled under the hood. Well, unfortunately, finer details regarding this device like its specifications and pricing are still at large. Although, we know that it carries the model number GAR-AN00. A new Wiko 5G device has recently passed through China’s TENAA certification website. For those unaware, every device sold in the region has to pass through this certification ahead of an official release. So it is clear that the company is working on a new 5G smartphone.

Additionally, the software integrated under the surface is HarmonyOS. Which is Huawei’s proprietary operating system and is approved to support 5G networking as well. The previous Wiko 5G model was equipped with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 SoC. So it is possible that the next-gen model will also feature a Qualcomm Snapdragon series SoC or maybe even a MediaTek Dimensity chip. While comparing the price to the Wiko 5G it remains unclear if this model will be a more expensive model.

Well, we can expect the next-gen model to be around this same price point or possibly higher if it’s similar to a flagship-grade device. As the Wiko 5G was launched in China for 1,999 Yuan (roughly 290 US Dollars). This model sported a tall 6.78-inch LCD panel that has a Full HD+ resolution, a center-aligned punch-hole selfie camera, and a high 120Hz refresh rate. The device was powered by a 4,000mAh battery pack that supports 66W fast charging as well.

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