Huawei Nova 12 Ultra Appeared on 3C Certification with 100W Charging

In April 2023, Huawei introduced its Nova 11 series which included a total of five models. After almost eight months, it is reported that the officials have started working on the next-generation models of this lineup. Recently, we got a major leak regarding the Ultra variant of the upcoming series.

This morning,a new device from Huawei that carries the model number “ADA-AL00U” has surfaced on the 3C Certification and the sources claim this device to be Huawei’s all-new Nova 12 Ultra. The device would support the same 100W charging as in the predecessor model (Huawei Nova 11 Ultra).


As mentioned in the certification, this smartphone would use Huawei’s 100W Super Charger that carries the model number “HW-200500C00” and supports charging at the following modes: 10W (5V/2A), 40W (10V/4A), 66W (11V/6A) and 100W (20V/5A).

Except for this, the 3C Certification doesn’t consist of any more information. However, it is worth noting that before this listing on the certification site, some information regarding this model was already available on the internet.

It was previously reported that the camera module’s shape would be the same as in the previous model. However, the arrangement of the lenses is expected to be different. In terms of chipset, some models in Nova 12 series are expected to be powered by Kirin 9000S chipset.

Also Read: Honor Magic 6 Got 3C Certification with 66W Charging

The chipset is based on a 7nm manufacturing process and features 4x Cortex-A720 P-Cores (1x @2.62GHz and 3x @2.15GHz) and 4x Cortex-A510 E-Cores (clocked @1.53GHz). In addition, the chipset is also equipped with Maleoon 910 GPU.

At the moment, we can expect that Huawei will make an official announcement regarding its Nova 12 series, very soon.

Harris Zahid

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