Huawei SLA-AL00 spotted on TENAA


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Huawei’s smartphone game is getting stronger by the day. The new Enjoy 7 Plus is launching today, and before that even happened, a new device has turned up on TENAA, the Huawei SLA-AL00.

From what the sources at TENAA say, the Huawei SLA-AL00 will be powered by the Snapdragon 425 quad core SoC, a chipset usually found on the lower to mid range smartphones. It will be coupled with 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB of internal storage. It will feature a 5 inch 720p display and be available in Black, Red, Gold, Pink, and Blue variants.

Design wise, the phone follows the Huawei design methodology, with a metal clad body, something Huawei has implemented in all kinds of phones, from lower to high range devices. This says a lot about Huawei commitment to provide quality devices at an affordable price.

Coupled with this package is a 2920 mAh battery that can easily get this phone through 75% of a day considering the quad core low power consumption processor. In the camera department, the rear sports a 13 MP sensor with LED flash and the front features a 5 MP sensor on the top left corner of the screen. The smartphone, from what we can judge from its specs, is mainly aimed at the lower range market. But it does provide some good specs, if Huawei prices it right.

 

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