A new Huawei phone has been spotted on the Chinese certification website TENAA. The device has been codenamed as the Huawei FIG-AL00, which hints that it could be a China-specific smartphone, since devices with the model name ending with AL00 are not launched outside China.
According to the reports, the smartphone can be launched as the Huawei Enjoy 7S. The listing doesn’t reveal any information about the specs of the device, but the images do give out some details.
Images suggest that the smartphone comes with a large screen with slim bezels which hints of it being an 18:9 aspect ratio display. The rear view shows a dual camera setup along with an LED flash placed at the top-left corner of the device. A fingerprint sensor can also be seen in the top area and Huawei branding in the bottom area of the back panel. The volume rocker and power buttons are situated on the right side and we can assume that the left side will be home to the SIM slots. The side views show the camera to be protruding out of the surface.
Chinese media suggest that the Huawei Enjoy 7S is close to launch as it has cleared the 3C certification. The smartphone will allegedly be powered by a Snapdragon 4XX series chipset and can be launched by the end of November or early next month.