16 Upcoming Huawei & Honor Smartphones, 5 Tablets and 5 Smartwatches Spotted on Bluetooth SIG

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The Bluetooth SIG has certified as many as 16 upcoming smartphones that may launch under the Huawei and Honor brand name.

Among them, two are confirmed to debut as Huawei smartphones. Apart from the 16 phones, the Bluetooth SIG website has model numbers of 5 upcoming tablets and smartwatches.

Each model has multiple country variants. For instance, the ANA Huawei phone has variants such as ANA-AN00 and ANA-TL00 for Chinese markets. The ANA-N09 and ANA-N29 could be variants for international markets. Hence, this article only mentions only the codenames of 16 different models of the upcoming Huawei and Honor phones.

The ANA and ELS are Huawei smartphones. The other codenames such as BAL, BMH, BMP, BQB, BRQ, EDI, EGB, GNA, JEF, JEP, JLA, JSC, YKB and YOK could be Huawei or Honor smartphones. The exact identity of these phones is currently under the wraps. Apart from these models, the TENAA certification site has also approved two unknown devices such as LIO and TAS.

Also Read: 6 new Huawei/Honor Smartphones and 4 new Smartwatches Certified by Bluetooth SIG

Huawei Tablets and Smartwatches

The BDY, FSL, GIG, HLT and WGR are the five models of the upcoming Huawei branded tablets. LTN, DAN, GLL, GAL and MOI are the models of the forthcoming smartwatches from the company. Again, no details on their specs and names are available yet. All the above models support Bluetooth version 5.1 as confirmed by the Bluetooth SIG listings.

The coming months will see smartphones like Mate 30, Mate 30 Pro and Mate 30 Lite smartphones from Huawei. The Mate 30 series of flagship phones could be fueled by the upcoming Kirin 990 chipset. Huawei is expected to unleash the new chipset at the IFA 2019 tech event in the coming month.

Honor too is expected to release its Kirin 990 powered flagship phone by the end of this year. Huawei and its sub-brand may also release some mid-range phones in the second half of 2019. The codenames of some of these devices could be among the ones mentioned above.

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