Two Huawei phones and two Honor phones have appeared on the website of China’s Communication Commission (TENAA).
The Huawei phones have model numbers ATU-AL10 and ATU-TL10 which means they are network variants of the same device. The Honor phones on the other hand have model numbers AUM-TL20 and AUM-TL00.
Huawei ATU-AL10 and ATU-TL10
The phones have 5.7” displays with a 1440 x 720 resolution (HD+). These two are actually the first two Huawei phones to sport such resolution, which also hints that they are entry-level/lower-mid range devices.
They are powered by a 1.4GHz octa-core processor and come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage. A MicroSD card slot will allow owners add up to an additional 256GB of storage.
Trust Huawei to not pass the chance of slapping dual cameras on one or both sides. For these Huawei phones, you get a 13MP + 2MP combo on the rear and a 5MP in front for selfies.
Both phones pack a 2900mAh battery, run Android 8.0.0, weigh 150g, and measure 152.4 × 73 × 7.8mm. They will also be available in Black, Blue, and Gold.
Sadly, no images were added to the listing, so we do not know what they look like and if they have a fingerprint scanner.
Honor AUM-TL20 and AUM-TL00
The Honor AUM-TL20 shares the same specs as both devices above with the exception of its selfie camera which is an 8MP sensor.
The Honor AUM-TL00 also shares most of the specs with the Huawei phones but comes with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of storage, a single 13MP rear camera and an 8MP selfie camera. It also lacks a fingerprint scanner.
Huawei seems to be planning a barrage of launches in the coming weeks with the number of devices that have been seen on TENAA recently. However, there is still no official confirmation save for the flagship P20 series scheduled for March 27.