Connect with us

Upcoming Mobiles

Two new Honor Devices dubbed Prague in works, gets FCC certification



Huawei‘s sub-brand Honor just recently launched a new smartphone called Magic which is rather an interesting smartphone. It is an AI-powered smartphone and is said to be Huawei’s answer to Xiaomi’s concept phone the Mi MIX. Do make a note that these AI-powered tasks are still in beta testing and are more of the hit-or-miss idea but it will surely get better over time, and we will indeed see a lot of development. With that said, according to some new reports, the company is now planning to launch two new devices already.

Honor has two new smartphone works, and from the looks of it, it is safe to say that we will see them in the near future. These new smartphones are said to be a part of the same new series called as Prague. We are not sure if this could be the final name of the series or just an internal codename that they are using to refer them. Both these new smartphones got FCC certification which reveals some of the specs of the smartphones. Taking a look at the FCC certification, the two new models that are listing goes by the model name PRA-LX1 and PRA-LX3.

The FCC listing never really reveals any detailed specs of any smartphone. However, we do get some info every time to get up on the hype train and start speculating around. It looks like both the smartphones will come with a 2,900mAh Li-Po battery and 3GB of RAM. Both the devices will support Bluetooth v4.2 and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi as well. And now coming to the software side of things, the FCC listing indicates that both these devices might come with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. Off course, they will run their own custom UI on top, but it is good to know that they will be running on the latest version of the software.

Sadly this is all the info which we could extract from the FCC listing as far as the specs are concerned. Apart from that, it looks like they will come with a fingerprint sensor which is located at the back of the device along with the camera sensor. And if in case you are wondering if this will have a dual rear camera sensor just like most of the recent smartphone, then you are out of luck as we can see only a single sensor. For the rest of details about the devices, we have to wait longer. If you are interested to know more about them, be sure to Stay tuned to PhoneRadar for details on the same.

Note – The featured image displayed above is of Honor 5C.


Copyright © 2022 PHONERADAR. Part of Digital World Solutions.