Huawei is all set to launch its flagship Huawei P40 series in March 2020, which will include the P40 and P40 Pro variants, just like last year. Ahead of the P40 series launch, Huawei introduced the P40 Lite in Europe followed by the launch of Huawei P40 Lite E smartphone in Poland. It seems that the brand is not yet done with affordable smartphones as three new models have been spotted online, two on Wi-Fi Alliance and one on TENAA. These mysterious smartphones have been spotted for the very first time and as of now not much is known about them except for the details posted on the certification websites.
Huawei AKA-L29 and Huawei ART-L29N Wi-Fi Alliance listing
The Wi-Fi Alliance listing of the Huawei AKA-L29 and ART-L29N suggests that the brand is all set to launch these two handsets in the near future. Both these smartphones are seen with support for only the 2.4GHz Wi-Fi band. The listing also reveals that these phones will run Android, but is missing the version, which is usually revealed on the Wi-Fi certification site. These details lead us to believe that these new smartphones could be budget or mid-range offerings from the brand. However, as of now, no other solid details are known of these two handsets.
Huawei AKA-AL10 TENAA listing
Apart from the AKA-L29 and ART-L29N, a third smartphone from Huawei has also been spotted on the popular Chinese certification website, TENAA. This handset is seen sporting the AKA-AL10 model number. As is always the case with early TENAA listings, we only know that the smartphone will support LTE, dual SIM, dual standby and boot Android. The TENAA listing should be updated later in the day with more details and renders, which we will post here.
While there’s no word on which smartphones these are, their listings hint that the launch is not so far. Stay tuned to Pricebaba to know more.