In light of the partial lift on Huawei’s ban by the Trump Administration, the Chinese company looks to be taking this development in their stride as they’ve registered a new device on the Chinese certification agency TENAA.
The models, dubbed SON-AL00 and SPN-TL00 had been approved by TENAA, and they’re belived to be the upcoming Mate 30 lite phone, but different variants.
The certification suggests that the phone will come with a 6.26-inch IPS display along with a quad-camera setup at the back (48MP + 8MP + 2MP + 2MP), while the selfie shooter is a 32MP lens.
Under the hood, we’re expecting an eight-core Kiring chipset that’s pared with 6 or 8GB RAM and 128 or 256GB internal storage. The phone is said to be powered with a 3,900mAh battery and should run on Android 9 with EMUI 9, and interestingly not HongMeng OS.