Huawei has recently been awarded a licence for the network access through telecommunications equipment of two new models, LNA-AL00 and MNA-AL00, that come under its LNA-AL00 series. The device is displayed as a “TD-LTE digital phone”, which means that it does not support 5G technology, which means that it is not a flagship model.
There is also a new Huawei phone that is connected to the network as well with the model number ALT-AL00. We have yet to find out the specific model of the phone, but it is a 4G phone as well.
Previously, it has been reported in the supply chain that Huawei is planning to launch two flagship phones this year, one of which is the P60 and the other is the Mate 60. There is a possibility of the former coming out in March of this year, and the latter coming out around September. There is a report that Huawei P60 flagship series to be equipped with Qualcomm Snapdragon 8+ chip is set to debut in the near future.
@Digital questioning station, a popular digital blogger, has revealed that the Huawei P60 series will be using two new outsole main cameras, IMX789 and IMX888, of which the IMX888 is expected to be the first to be launched. The sensors will both have 50 million pixels and meet the flagship specifications of 1/1.4, along with the variable aperture design that the new machine will be able to support.
In addition, it is worth mentioning that the IMX789 sensor is also included in the OnePlus 9 Pro, which has an original 52Mp 1/1.35′′ sensor size, but it has been shortened to 48Mp by OnePlus for the sake of imaging design, and Huawei is also cutting the sensor down to 48Mp.
There is also a reported case of a Huawei P60 phone on the Internet that is suspected to be a fake. On the image you can clearly see that the phone features a very unique three-camera layout, with a very unique design. I am not sure if this is true or not, but I urge you to take a look at it.