Huawei Honor LRA-AL00 grabs certificate from TENAA by revealing key specifications

Huawei recently confirmed to launch the Honor V30 series later this year. In the meantime, some speculations arise company to launch next-generation Honor Note device simultaneously. Afterward, an Honor device with model number LRA-AL00 has got certified by 3C, a mandatory certification process for China. The same device now grabs another certificate from TEENA by revealing most of the key specifications as usual. But the smaller screen indicates a totally different device. At present, we are unlikely to guess the device name.

Honor LRA-AL00 Specifications

According to the TEENA listing, the smartphone brings a 6.3-inch 1080 x 2400 pixels Full HD+ OLED display. It begs an in-display fingerprint sensor, even though images of the device haven’t been updated yet. A chipset clocked @2.2GHz drives the device, which could end up being the Kirin 810. As far as optics are concerned, it has a triple camera module on the back with 48MP + 8MP + 2MP camera combination. On the front, there is another 16MP shooter to capture the selfies.

The smartphone packs a 3,900 mAh non-removable battery to keep the lights on. The battery pack will further add the 20W fast charging support pointed by the 3C listing. Moreover, it runs on the Android 9 Pie operating system out of the box. Considering the storage, it has three storage variants; 4GB RAM / 64GB storage, 6GB RAM / 128GB storage and 8GB RAM with 256GB of built-in storage. Additionally, it has a Nano-Micro SD slot to expand the storage further up to 256GB. The dimensions are 157.2×73.2×7.65 mm, while the weight is approx. 172 grams.

Overall, the Chinese firm is inches away to bring this device in mainland China. Certainly, the company is facing some hard time in international markets due to the US-China trade war. Freshly launched Mate 30 series arrives with limited availability in global markets. Latterly, we got to know that the company is not allowed to deliver GMS (Google Mobile Services). Instead, they are encouraging its own HMS (Huawei Mobile Servies) to sort out the problem. And they have already pumped in 1 Billion $$$ cash to develop an independent environment for Huawei Apps developers.

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