Huawei has just certified a new “unknown” smartphone with a typical entry-level design and features at TENAA, whose price would be around $100, $150.
Huawei is present in all smartphone ranges and price categories. From high-end products that can exceed $1000 like the P30 Pro to entry-level products that can approach $100 like the Huawei Y6. It is these very low-cost smartphones from the brand that we are going to talk about today.
The successor to the Y5?
Having appeared on the web following its TENAA certification, the Huawei ALM-AL10 showed its design, and a large part of its technical data sheet, as reported by GSMArena.
At the front, we will have a screen with a drop-shaped notch for the 5-megapixel camera. It is not presumptuous to say that it will not really be borderless, as smartphones in this price range often keep screen edges quite extensive. The back would probably be made of plastic with a unique 13-megapixel photosensor and flash, and it will be available in three colors: black, brown, and green.
Reference is made to an 8-core processor at 2.0 GHz with 2 or 3 GB of RAM depending on the model. The 2GB version would have 32GB of internal memory while the 3GB version would get 64GB. This storage will be expandable via a compatible micro-SD port up to 512 GB.
The TENAA also lists an HD display (720 x 1520 pixels) with a size of 5.71 inches. To power this phone, a 2,920 mAh battery will be on board.
It is not known when this smartphone will be released, but a transition to certification bodies is often synonymous with an imminent launch phase of the device. Given its technical sheet, it should cost between $100 and $150 to target customers with a rather tight budget.