Huawei’s NCO-AL00 and GLA-AL00 smartphones have received certification from China’s 3C authority. These could be the upcoming Nova 10 or Mate 50 series of smartphones.
With 3C certification in tow, both models are expected to launch in Q2 this year. Hopefully, newer reports will reveal the identities of both models.
Huawei NCO-AL00, GLA-AL00 3C Certified
The Huawei NCO-AL00 and GLA-AL00 are 4G LTE smartphones. The former may ship with a Huawei HW-100600C00 / HW-110600C01 charger, which supports up to 66W fast charging. On the other hand, the GLA-AL00 model may arrive with an HW-200500C00 charger that supports up to a 100W charger.
Huawei is reportedly working on the Mate 50 series of flagship phones and the Nova 10 series of smartphones. The new models that have been spotted at 3C could probably be the next-generation Mate or Nova branded smartphones.
Huawei Mate X3 Snapdragon 888 Variant, Mate 50 with Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 4G Tipped
Past reports have revealed that the upcoming Huawei Mate X3 will be equipped with the Kirin 9000 4G chipset. However, a Chinese tipster Wangzai has claimed that Huawei will also release a Mate X3 variant powered by the Snapdragon 888 4G chipset.
As can be seen in the above screenshot, when a Weibo user asked the tipster why the Mate X3 does not come with the Snapdragon 8 Gen 1 4G chip, he responded by saying that the SD8G1 4G will be seen first on the forthcoming Mate series.
In June last year, Huawei announced the Mate X2 with Kirin 9000 4G onboard. Hence, its successor is likely to break cover around the same time in China. It appears that the Huawei device with the PAL-AL00 model number that has been spotted at 3C and TENAA certifications recently may debut in the Chinese market with the Mate X3 moniker.