Earlier today, a new mysterious Huawei smartphone with a dual main snapper has popped up via the Chinese TENAA authority. This handset carries the model number FIG-AL00 and features a rather decent looking design.
On its front panel, it seems like Huawei has chose to ditch a physical Home button in preference of an onscreen one – just like most of the latest smartphones from the company. On its rear chassis, there is also a circular fingerprint sensor for improved security.
Sad to say, no other details was revealed in the listing other than the quadruplets of official images. However, we do believe this handset will be coming with a mid-ranger specs which is likely to be powered by a Kirin 659 SoC with 3GB or 4GB worth of RAM.
Whatever it is, let’s not raise our anticipation too high as this device might not be shipped out of the Chinese market after all.