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Four new HUAWEI phones with dual cameras spotted on TENAA

New HUAWEI phones listed on TENAA show full frame displays and rear dual cameras.

Published onFebruary 7, 2018

  • Four new HUAWEI phones have been spotted on TENAA.
  • All of them seem to sport full frame displays, dual rear cameras, and rear mounted fingerprint sensors.
  • Of the 4 models listed, only one of them sports the HONOR brand.

New HUAWEI smartphones have been spotted on the Chinese telecommunications certification site, TENAA, indicating an impending launch. The HUAWEI phones go by the model numbers FLA-TL10, FLA-AL00, LDN-TL00, and the LND-TL30. While not much information is evident going by the model numbers, the LND-TL30 sports an HONOR branding indicating this could be the HONOR 7C.

The TENAA listing shows pictures of the front and back of the devices. All phones seem to feature full-frame 18:9 displays, dual rear-cameras and rear mounted fingerprint sensors. The FLA-TL10, FLA-AL00, and the LDN-TL00 sport the HUAWEI branding on the front. The FLA series seem to feature dual front cameras and the overall design is reminiscent of the Nova series phones such as the Nova 2S. The LDN-TL00 is shown in a blue polycarbonate body but has only a single-lens selfie shooter.

The LND-TL30 is purported to be the HONOR 7C. It features dual front and rear cameras and the body appears to be made of metal with upper and lower plastic inserts. The HONOR 7C looks to be a minor variant of the HONOR 7X and is likely to sport a similar spec sheet.

Apart from the model numbers and pictures of the phones, nothing much is known about the handsets themselves. We will know more details when the devices pass certification, but it looks like HUAWEI could be creating competition within its own product range as there’s not much differentiation between the phones at this point. But the strategy does appear to pay off, especially with Chinese OEMs, and that could be the reason for their continued success in price-sensitive Asian markets.

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