Huawei’s sub-brand Honor is gearing up to unveil the Honor 30 series on March 30. Yesterday, we discovered that the company is also taking the unreleased Honor Play 9A to the event. The smartphone paid a visit to TENAA a few days ago. Thanks to it we discovered details about the screen size and battery capacity. Today, however, the TENAA listing was updated with images and the full specs sheet. The Honor Play 9A will boast two cameras in a rectangular setup, next to a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The Honor Play 9A is a low-end device aiming at the entry-level segment. It features a primary camera with 13MP and a secondary 2MP depth module. Under the hood, the smartphone boasts the Helio P35 SoC which comes along with 4GB of RAM and 64GB or 128GB of Storage. The handset is built around a 6.3-inch LCD panel with a waterdrop notch. The cutout serves as a house for the 8MP selfie camera. The Play 9A draws power from a 4,900mAh battery with 10W charging. When it comes to the software part, we believe that it runs Android 10 straight out the box with Magic UI 3.0 running atop. Of course, Google Mobile Services aren’t present in the firmware.
We will know all the details soon enough. The Honor Play 9A will go official along with the Honor 30S on March 30.