Huawei FIN-AL60a specs

Earlier this week, a mysterious Huawei smartphone was certified by TENAA. Based on its model number FIN-AL60a, this device is expected to be part of the Huawei Nova 12 series.

Now, the listing of the phone has been updated with its specs and images. At the same time, it has been also certified by 3C.

Based on the information so far, the upcoming Huawei FIN-AL60a could be a variant of the Huawei Nova 12 Lite, which has model number FIN-AL60. However, we are not sure of the product’s official name.

The live pictures of the handset on TENAA confirm that it will look identical to the Nova 12 Lite. Even the specs scream the same and 3C certification reveals that it will also support 66W wired charging,

The 4G-only smartphone will be powered by a chipset featuring an octa-core 2.4GHz CPU. For reference, the Nova 12 Lite houses a Qualcomm Snapdragon 778G SoC with the same CPU clock speed. So the phone could have the same chip.

Further, the device will sport a 6.7-inch centered punch-hole OLED display with a resolution of 2412 × 1084 pixels. It should offer a 120Hz refresh rate and a 1440Hz PWM dimming.

The handset will come with a 50MP primary camera paired with an 8MP ultrawide unit. On the front, it will feature a 60MP selfie camera.

Last but not least, the phone will boot HarmonyOS and will be backed by a 4,500mAh battery.

We have no info on the product’s launch date. However, it should go official soon.

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