A mysterious Huawei phone with model number JNY-AL10 has received approval from the 3C authority of China.
The device has bagged necessary approvals like National Radio Authority certification and Bluetooth SIG approval in the recent past. It seems to be a high-end device, but there is no confirmation on whether it is a Huawei or Honor device.
The JNY-AL10 3C certification has revealed that it will ship with a HW-100400C01 charger that supports 40W fast charging. This indicates that it could be a high-end smartphone. The NRA certification of the phone had revealed variants such as JNY-AL00 and JNY-TL10. The device had received Bluetooth SIG approval in August through which multiple variants were revealed such as JNY-AL10, JNY-TL10, JNY-AL00, JNY-TL00, JNY-LX2, JNY-LX2A, JNY-LX2B, JNY-LX1M, JNY-LX1MA, JNY-LX1MB, JNY-LX1, JNY-LX1A, JNY-LX1B, JNY-LX3, JNY-LX3A, JNY-LX3B, JNY-LX2J, JNY-LX2JA and JNY-LX2JB. Some of these variants could be heading to different markets like Europe and Asia.
Huawei has a busy schedule ahead as it will be announcing two new smartphones in the coming days. On November 26, Huawei’s sub-brand Honor will be unleashing the Honor V30 and V30 Pro 5G smartphones. The same event could be used to announce Honor Magic 2 smartwatch, Honor Magicbook 15 laptop, a wireless charger and a few other devices. On November 25, Huawei will be unleashing the MatePad Pro flagship tablet that will be featuring a punch-hole display.
On December 5, Huawei will be launching the Nova 6 5G smartphone in China. Rumors have it that it will be available in 4G and 5G flavors in the home market. As of this writing, there is no concrete information available on the pricing of the upcoming Honor V30 series, Nova 6 5G and MatePad Pro. Well, the newly spotted JNY-AL10 phone is a non-5G phone.
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