Huawei has achieved real success in creating its own solution for fast charging, and now the latest features with a power of 40 W will probably reach mid-level smartphones and will also fall into the Nova 5 series. Two devices with model numbers SEA-TL10 and SEA-AL10 were certified 3C with a 40-watt charger supplied in retail packaging with the same serial number found on the Huawei P30 Pro charging unit.
We are sure that this is the new Nova series because Huawei launched its upper-middle-class line in the middle of last year. Mate's flagships are also too far in the future (if they ever appear, given the recent events), so we stay with the upcoming Nova 5 squad.
Another confirmation is a completely different device with the same model number SEA-LX1, posted on the Eurasian Economic Commission website, where you can see the actual name “Huawei nova 5”, along with Huawei nova 5i, codenamed SEA-LX1U.
Cases and alleged renderings also appeared at the beginning of this month, which suggests the same appearance as the Huawei P30 lite, but with a fingerprint scanner under the display.