A new entry-level smartphone made by Huawei’s Honor brand has just surfaced on China’s TENAA for the mandatory prelease approval. The unreleased device bears the KSA-AL10 model number and should be hitting the market soon.
The said Honor phone with the KSA-AL10 model number has a 5.7-inch 1520×720 touchscreen, a footprint of 147.13 x 70.78 x 8.45 mm and weighs 146 grams. The device has a 19:9 aspect ratio, with a water-drop notch, but with sizeable bezels.
Under the hood, the unknown Honor device gets an unnamed 2GHz octa-core Processor mated to 2GB RAM with 32GB storage and 4GB RAM with 64GB internal memory. Both options are expandable up to 512GB using MicroSD card.
The Honor phone bearing the KSA-AL10 model number features a 5MP selfie shooter, as well as a single 13MP Auto Focus rear camera with LED Flash and 1080p video recording support. It has no fingerprint insight, and we are not sure if the front camera will offer any form of authentication.
Expectedly, the device boots Android 9 Pie out of the box and is powered by a 2920 mAh battery. Other details revealed by TENAA includes support for Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Hotspot, Bluetooth V4.2, GPS, and 3.5mm audio jack. Notably, we also got to know that the device will hit the market in Aurora Blue, Platinum Gold and Magic Night Black colors.
Identity and Release Date?
We are not sure of the identity of the device, in case you are wondering. But given that it has passed this mandatory stage, we should see it hitting the shelves soon, at least in China.