Unknown Huawei WAS-AL00 device with Android 7.0 Nougat and 4GB RAM passes TENAA

Huawei WAS-AL00

A new Huawei WAS-AL00 device has appeared at China’s certification body TENAA and it has some impressive specs on board.

With the company having confirmed that it will be attending the MWC 2017 show following its scheduled event that should take place on February 26, the tech giant seems to be working hard to get a number of devices ready in time for this event. We’ve recently seen an unknown Huawei Honor device pass through the same TENAA and recently, leaks of the Huawei P10 are all over. Whether these devices will be part of the event at MWC or not is still early to tell.

The newly leaked Huawei device carries model number WAS-AL00 and unlike the flagship Huawei P10, the images show nothing related to the dual-lens camera setup that has become synonymous with many Huawei devices, be it entry-level or high-end.

From what we’ve gathered, the leaked Huawei WAS-AL00 will ship with a 5.2-inch TFT Full HD display screen. There is an octa-core processor on board that is clocked at a speed of 2.1GHz. This processor could easily be the HiSilicon Kirin 960 SoC that powers the likes of Huawei Mate 9 and Mate 9 Pro, but this is just an educated guess.

Huawei WAS-AL00

There will be up to 64GB of onboard storage, which can also be expanded via a microSD card of up to 128GB. As expected with any device coming in this 2017, the mysterious Huawei WAS-AL00 will be powered by the latest Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box. As noted earlier, there is no dual-lens camera on the back, instead, you come across a single-lens 12MP snapper with a LED flash while the front will ship with an 8MP shooter. The fingerprint scanner can be found on the back of the phone.

The TENAA listing further adds that the leaked Huawei WAS-AL00 will also come with a 2900mAh battery unit as well as support LTE and VoLTE connectivity standards. The phone will reportedly be available in white, black, blue, pink, and gold.

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