A few days ago images of a new and unknown Huawei device were spotted, now a working sample has been photographed showing us partial specs for the new flagship.
Huawei smartphone codename CRR-UL00 is here again, but now the phone is seen as a working sample with Antutu giving a away a few clues as to what the specifications might be.
According to Chinese media reports the new Huawei might be marketed as a Mate 7 Mini or Mate 7 plus. The phone will feature 4.7-inch 1920 x 1080 display and run a Kirin 935 SoC with 3GB RAM.
Apparently Huawei will be rocking the 13 mega-pixel Sony IMX278 sensor on the rear above a 1 touch fingerprint scanner like the full size Huawei Mate 7. Android 5.1.1 ships on the all metal phone which is expected to be a one piece unibody design.
This new Huawei looks like a very promising sub 5-inch flagship, something which is becoming a rarity these days.