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New TENAA listings reveal Huawei’s New Quad Rear Cameras phone with 3900mAh battery

Huawei is assumed to be working on two new smartphones as there are new TENAA certifications spotted of the Chinese multinational technology equipment maker. It is believed that these two devices, which are spotted on TENAA listings, are expected to be correlated with either of the Nova series or the flagship Mate series made by Huawei. This is still speculative since there’s isn’t any official information put out by the company yet.

However, a new report suggests to us that two phones, which are bearing SPN-AL00 and SPN-TL00 models made by Huawei, are spotted on the recent TENAA listings. And, these are rumored to be either of Nova 5i Pro or Mate 30 Lite phones from Huawei. The TENAA listings further reveal on what to expect from these upcoming Huawei devices.

The report indicates these two phones from Huawei will be coming with a 6.26-inch Full HD+ IPS display, and the devices are further said to be powered by an octa-core processor (preferably a Kirin SoC) with clock speeds of up 2.2GHz. And, further followed by 8GB RAM and onboard storage of up to 256GB with microSD expansion as well. As for the optics, these devices are expected to feature quad rear cameras with a 48MP primary lens paired with 2MP+2MP sensors each and upfront with a 32MP selfie shooter as well.

The TENAA listing further confirms these Huawei devices battery capacity as well — indicating a 3900mAh battery with fast charge support. And, also these devices will likely run on Android 9.0 Pie out of the box. The report also reveals the color variants of these devices, which are likely to be featured in Magic Night Black and Aurora color variants.

Not long ago, Huawei has launched its Nova 5 series including — the Nova 5, Nova 5i and the Nova 5 Pro smartphones in China and further, the Mate series is said to be coming in the next few months. Henceforth, these TENAA spotted devices might rightfully come under either of these series. So, stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.

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