Three unidentified Huawei smartphones have appeared on TENAA. Since two of them have similar model number and appeal, they seem to be variants of an upcoming Huawei phone while the third one seems to be a different smartphone. It is speculated that these two phones may arrive in the market as Huawei Nova 3, Nova 3 Plus and Y3/Y5 2018.
The design of the Huawei FLA-AL00 and FLA-TL10 are quite similar. The appearance of the dual camera setup looks similar to the Huawei Nova 2Nova 2 series phones. Hence, these variants are speculated to debut as Nova 3 and Nova 3 Plus. The AL00 Huawei phones are usually made available through China Unicom whereas the TL00 variants are sold through either China Mobile or China Telecom in the home country. Hence, the FLA-AL00 and FLA-TL10 could be the carrier variants of the Nova 3.
The Huawei LDN-TL00 is speculated to be the successor of Huawei Y3 or Y5 2017 smartphones from last year. Since the Huawei Y5 2017 was unveiled in April and the Nova 2, Nova 2 Plus, Y3 2017 phones were launched in May, it is speculated that the their successor models may arrive early in the second quarter of this year.
All three upcoming Huawei phones seem to support 18:9 aspect ratio supporting screen. The rear sides of these phones are flanked with dual cameras and fingerprint reader. The appearance of the dual camera setup on the Y3/Y5 2018 looks different from Nova 3 and 3 Plus. The Y3/Y5 2018 seems to feature single front camera whereas the Nova 3 models have dual selfie snappers. These phones are likely to carry support to for dual-SIM and arrive preinstalled with Android 8.0 Oreo and EMUI 8.0.
We advise our readers to digest this report with a pinch of salt. The identify of the above phones can be guessed properly only when their TENAA listing are updated with specs.