A new mystery Huawei phone from Huawei has shown up on TENAA this week with a Chinese made OLED panel.
The midrange phone, which we only know as the Huawei NCE-TL10, was spotted on Tenaa yesterday and judging by the back it came with a China Mobile logo printed on it we can guess that it isn’t likely we’ll be seeing many of them outside of China once launched.
The mid-ranger boasts a 5-inch HD OLED panel that is claimed to be one of the first OLED panels from a domestic Chinese manufacturer which is sure to keep the pricing down.
Specifications for the phone reveal an 8core 1.5GHz chipset, 3GB RAM, 16 GB internal storage, 128GB SD card support, 5 mega-pixel front camera, 13 mega-pixel rear camera and 4000mAh battery.
Chinese tech sites have been fast to point out that the design of this new Huawei looks a lot like a Meizu phone with a rounded alloy body only that the fingerprint scanner is on the rear of the phone rather than in a physical button on the front.