Huawei receives certification for a new Honor smartphone

- Adrian Ungureanu
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It seems that Honor, the ”not-so-low-cost-anymore” Huawei-owned brand division, is preparing to launch a new smartphone as a new model was certified by TENAA.

After introducing high-mid-range smartphones, like Honor V9/Honor 8 Pro, or the more recent Honor 9, which aren’t cheap at all, Huawei’s brand division received certification for a budget smartphone for the Chinese market.

Dubbed MYA-TL10, the new Honor-branded smartphone features low-end specs, so we can only assume that its going to be cheap. It sports a 5-inch HD (720p) display, a rather modest 1.4 GHz quad-core processor, 2 GB of RAM and 16 GB internal storage.

The phone has an 8 MP camera at the back, while at the front we’ll find a 5 MP selfie snapper. MYA-TL10 is fueled by a 2,920 mAh battery and it runs on Android 6.0 Marshmallow.

There are no info about the release data, availability or prices, but usually, after they get approval, the Chinese smartphone manufacturers don’t waste to much time and the release their devices quickly. So, a new release might be coming soon.