A new and unannounced Huawei smartphone has just been cleared by the Chinese telecommunication regulatory body TENAA. It is listed with SPN-AL00 and SPN-TL00 model designations, suggesting they could launch with similar designs and features. We are entirely not sure of the identity of the device, though there are speculations it could launch as the Huawei Nova 5i Pro.
The TENAA listing for both variants have not revealed any render, for now, but it does list the detail specs. Let’s have a look at these specs. As per the detail revealed on the TENAA database, the unknown Huawei phone has a footprint of 156.1×73.9×8.3(mm).
The listing says the alleged Huawei Nova 5i Pro will flaunt a 6.26-inch IPS display with a resolution of 2340×1080P. Furthermore, the device has an unknown SoC with a 2.2GHz octa-core CPU under its hood. The CPU is mated with a 6GB/8GB RAM, and 128GB/256GB of storage options. Both storage variants are expandable via microSD.
While we have no renders of the said device, the listing has it that the device has a Quad rear camera setup. It is made up of a 48MP sensor complemented by an 8MP one, and a two 2MP sensors. The front selfie shooter is a 32MP sensor. But whether it will be housed in a notch or a pop-up module remains to be known.
It will boot Android 9.0 Pie skinned with EMUI out of the box, while a 3,900 mAh with fast charge support rounds off the specs sheet. We are entirely not sure of the identity of the device, though there are speculations it could launch as the Huawei Nova 5i Pro.