Huawei must be enjoying the crown of being the top phone maker in China today. The company is getting busier each day, working on new smartphones to add to its already long list of new phones. Just the other day, we learned that a Huawei P9 might be revealed by China Mobile in March. The Huawei Mate 8 was also recently sighted on FCC.
We already know of Huawei’s plans to enter the US market with more phones so it’s showing off new stuff at the upcoming CES event. This time, a certain Huawei KIW-AL20 was sighted getting a TENAA certification. It means it’s almost ready for release in China.
We’re not sure if this is the Honor 7 Plus–a follow up to the Huawei Honor 7. The device is listed with the following specs: 5.5-inch screen, Kirin 950 processor with octa-core 1.5GHz CPU, 32GB onboard storage, 3GB RAM, microSD slot for memory expansion up to 128GB, 5MP selfie shooter, 13MP main camera, fingerprint scanner, 4G/LTE connectivity and Android 5.1.1 Lollipop out of the box.
This Huawei KIW-AL20 appears to have a brushed metal design and build. As for color options, phone will be available in Silver, Gray, and Gold. We’re not sure if this is really the Honor 7 Plus but whatever it is, we’re glad Huawei is coming up with more choices for the mobile market. Great specs plus affordable price–you’ll never go wrong with that.
Now let’s just wait and see for the Chinese phone maker to launch a new Honor Android phone.