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Honor 20, Honor 20 Pro, Huawei Y5 2019, Huawei P Smart Z and additional take EEC approval

The initial quarter of the year is almost over and there are already a ton of fresh smartphones in the market however with 9 months left in the year, there are yet several more that will be released. Yesterday, a number of fresh products were approved by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). Some are successors to already existing models and others are fresh models entirely.

Honor 20 and Honor 20 Pro

Thanks to trademark apps filed by Huawei last year, we presently know the successors to the Honor 10 series will not be the Honor 11 but the Honor 20. The Honor 20 series will include the Honor 20 itself, the Honor 20A, Honor 20C, and Honor 20X. The EEC documents reveal the Honor 20 will have the model number YAL-L21 and it will bring alongside the Honor 20 Pro whose model number is YAL-L41. The Honor 20 will be a flagship smartphone with a Kirin 980 processor. There are information it will have a triple digital camera setup on its rear which has a 48MP major scanner paired with a 20MP secondary sensor and other 8MP scanner. It has Additionally been announced that it will have a 32MP selfie camera, a 3,650mAh battery, and run Android 9 Pie out of the box. There is with no info on the Honor 20 Pro but we anticipate a larger display, a larger battery, and a alternative digital camera configuration.

Huawei Y5 (2019) and Huawei P Smart Z

Huawei presently launched the Huawei Y6 (2019) and the Huawei Y7 (2019). The EEC documents unveil there will be a Huawei Y5 (2019) too. The smartphone has the model number AMN-LX9 and need to have less attributes in comparison to the Y6 and Y7. An additional cameraphone called the Huawei P Smart Z Furthermore received approval. The device’s model number is STK-LX1 which is identical to that of another phone called the Huawei P Smart Pro which Furthermore got approved by the EEC about a week ago. Yet, there is with no reports on the technical specs of individuals phones. Huawei and Honor are not the only brands that got EEC approvals. Realme In addition obtained approval for its next Realme 3 Pro. Vivo’s low-level Vivo 1901 and Vivo 1902 what were seen on Geekbench last week have Additionally been approved by the European agency. via

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