Huawei products have been leaking online on a fairly regular basis recently, and now another one can be added to the list. Today a Weibo user posted images from Tenna.com.cn, China’s equivalent to the FCC. While we still don’t know much about the device, a few things can be gathered from the information presented and the images.
First, the device has a budget look, with a fairly pedestrian design. On the back we can clearly see a logo indicating that it is compatible with China Mobile’s 4G networks. It is only 7.5mm thick, which isn’t bad assuming that this is anything less than a upper tier device.
We also know that it will have a 5 inch screen and a 2,300mAh battery. Past that, there isn’t much to say about the G660-L075, which obviously won’t be its final name when it releases to the public.
Of interest, is a previous Huawei “G660” phone that was launched back in 2009 with a QWERTY keyboard. That early Android device went by the commercial name Huawei Passport, perhaps we are seeing the revival of that brand?
Comments were generally not favorable on Weibo, with several users calling the device ugly. What do you think?