So far, Honor has launched the Honor V40 and Honor V40 Luxury Light Edition smartphones in China this year. It seems that the company could be gearing up to launch a new low-budget smartphone in China. The reason behind it is that an upcoming Honor phone with KOZ-AL00 model number has received certification from China’s TENAA and 3C regulatory bodies. Both listings have revealed the key specifications and images of the smartphone.
The Honor KOZ-AL00’s 3C and TENAA appearance have revealed that it is a 4G-enabled entry-level smartphone. The handset is fitted with a teardrop notch display and it features a volume controller and a power button on the right.
The squarish camera array placed on the back panel of the smartphone seems to be equipped with two cameras and an LED flash. The device does not feature a fingerprint scanner. The TENAA listing has revealed that the phone houses a 6.517-inch screen, which seems to carry support for an HD+ resolution. The device runs on the older Android 10 OS.
The Honor KOZ-AL00 has a 4,900mAh rated battery, which indicates that its typical value could be 5,000mAh. The 3C listing of the phone suggests that it may support only 10W charging. Lastly, the device measures 163.93 x 75.73 x 8.95mm.
Unfortunately, the final marketing name of the KOZ-AL00 is not known yet. Now that the important certification platforms of China have approved the device, it may go official as early as this month in the home market.