Just after the “Huawei SLA-AL00” getting spotted yesterday on TENAA, today it’s the turn of the Chinese’s sub-brand — Honor — which appears on TENAA with a device named “DLI-TL20”. Let’s find out more about it!
The Honor DLI-TL20 will be a smaller than usual (nowadays) 5-inch display device with HD resolution. It’ll be mostly likely be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 and will certainly pack 3GB of RAM and 32GB of storage (expandable). On the back we find a 13MP camera, while the selfie shooter will be 5MP.
Honor’s phone will be equipped with a 2920mAh battery, dual SIM support and Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.
Aesthetically the handset looks uninspired and could be confused with any other Chinese smartphone that has come out in the last year, if it wasn’t for the Honor logo on top. That said, this device is probably aimed at a less demanding audience, so its boring design won’t be as important.
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