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HUAWEI Mate 7S passes through TENAA
We all know that Huawei has something planned for IFA later this year after yesterday’s teasers, and now its next smartphone, currently known as the Mate 7S, has been spotted passing through China’s TENAA certification center. As usual, there are a couple of pictures to accompany the listing too.
The latest pictures match up with the leaked images posted online last week, which looks virtually identical to HUAWEI’s existing Mate 7 smartphone. There are a couple of notable differences though, such as the relocation of the front camera to the right of the phone and a slight replacement of the company’s logo to the lower section of the display.
TENAA also lists three different models for a selection of Chinese carriers. Additional models could appear in other regions at a later date. The CRR-UL00 model is destined for Unicom, while CRR-CL00 and CRR-TL00 are for two different carriers, perhaps China Telecom or China Mobile. The phone will also be available in black or gold color options.
The TENAA listing doesn’t give us any information about the phone’s specifications, but the latest hardware rumors suggest that this Mate 7S will ship with a 1080p display, octa-core Kirin SoC, 3GB of RAM and a 13 megapixel rear camera. HUAWEI has declared that a new “Unique S” smartphone will be unveiled at IFA on September 2nd.