A new Honor smartphone carrying the model number AKA-AL10 had been certified by the TENAA regulatory body recently. This came shortly after another Honor smartphone with model number MOA-AL00 was certified by the same authority.
According to it’s official TENAA listing, the Honor AKA-AL10 will be an entry-level smartphone based on the specs revealed. It has an overall footprint measuring 159.81×76.13×8.13 mm and weighs approximately 176g.
The Honor AKA-AL10 will sport a 6.39-inches display with 1560 × 720 pixels screen resolution. It will be driven by an unspecified octa-core CPU clocked at 2GHz, as well as up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB onboard storage space which is further expandable by up to 512GB via a microSD slot.
Moving on to it’s camera, the Honor AKA-AL10 features a dual-camera setup on it’s rear which comprises of a 48 megapixels main shooter and a 2 megapixels sensors which is likely to be a depth sensor. This will be paired with an 8 megapixels selfie camera at the front.
Under the hood, the device will be fueled by a 3,900mAh battery and will run on the latest Android 10 OS (AOSP).
As usual, the upcoming Honor AKA-AL10 smartphone will not be shipped with Google Play apps and services out of the box. Similar to the case of the Mate 30 smartphones, it will make use of Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) instead of the typical Google Mobile Services (GMS).
As of now, the actual identity of the Honor AKA-AL10 remains as a mystery. However, we do know that the company is currently prepping a new entry-level smartphone known as the Honor 9X Lite which also has a dual-camera setup.