Feb 8, 2018

Three HUAWEI phones show up on TENAA, could be the next nova 3 series

Apart from the HUAWEI P20 which is expected to be unveiled on March, it seems that HUAWEI is prepping three more devices. The upcoming smartphones, which bear the model numbers FLA-AL00, FLA-TL10, and LDN-TL00 was recently seen on the Chinese certification authority site TENAA.

HUAWEI has a lot of devices up in the pipeline right now. Now that the company is on the verge of launching the HUAWEI P20 on March, a new report surfaced saying that the tech firm is also working on three other phones. Bearing the model numbers FLA-AL00, FLA-TL10, and LDN-TL00, 3 Huawei devices was recently seen on the Chinese certification authority site TENAA. While all 3 devices are distinct from one another, they all have similar features in common as well. All of them sports an edge-to-edge display with a tall aspect ratio of 18:9, metal chassis, rear-mounted fingerprint sensors, and dual cameras on the back panel.

HUWAEI FLA-AL00 and FLA-TL10

FLA-AL00

FLA-TL10

The phones carrying the model numbers FLA-AL00 and FLA-TL10 are expected to launch as the HUAWEI nova 3 and nova 3 Plus, which would serve as the successors of last year's nova 2 and nova 2 Plus. As per the images, the said devices resemble each other when it comes to the design, with a minor difference in their body size, thus, adding weight to the belief that one of them has to be the larger Plus variant. Aside from having two rear camera sensors, both phones feature a dual camera setup on the front. On their slim chins, we can see the iconic HUAWEI logo.

HUAWEI LDN-TL00

LDN-TL00

Opposed to the nova 3 duo, the LDN-TL00 only sports a single front-facing camera module. Based on that fact, we speculate that it belongs to the HUAWEI Y smartphone lineup designed for the low-end market, most likely, the HUAWEI Y3 or HUAWEI Y5 (2018). It also sports a different rear camera layout and antenna position compared to the previous two.

We're still not sure if the speculations about the three devices are true, but with the MWC 2018 event later this month. We may not have to wait too long to know what HUAWEI really has in store for us.