Honor is currently prepping quite a number of smartphones which will be announced in the next few months. These include entry-level, mid-ranger, as well as high-end flagship devices.
Shortly after an entry-level smartphone carrying the model number AKA-AL10 was certified by the Chinese TENAA authority last week, another mid-ranger smartphone with the model number AQM-AL10 is now certified as well.
As seen from it’s images, the Honor AQM-AL10 will employ a dewdrop-notch display on it’s front panel with thin bezels along it’s two sides. It do however, has a pretty obvious chin towards the bottom of the front panel.
On the back of the device, there is a rectangular camera module which houses a total of three camera sensors including a 48 megapixels main shooter, an 8 megapixels ultra-wide lens, as well as a 2 megapixels lens which is likely to be a portrait lens. This will be completed with a 16 megapixels front-facing selfie camera.
Under the hood, the Honor AQM-AL10 will be driven by an octa-core SoC which will be clocked at 2.27GHz. This will be paired with up to 8GB of RAM and 256GB onboard storage space in it’s memory compartment.
The Honor AQM-AL10 will be fueled by a 3,900mAh battery and will run on the latest EMUI 10 based on Android 10 (AOSP version). As usual, the device will be powered by the Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) instead of the typical Google Mobile Services which we saw among other Android phones.
In related news, another mid-ranger phone known as Honor 30S will also be hitting the market soon. The official renders of the device had already been leaked yesterday.