Leaks reveal the specifications of the phone Honor 8A before the official announcement

This topic leaks reveal the specifications of the phone Honor 8A before the official announcement appeared on Engadget.

Spotted the latest leaks on TENAA for specifications available for Honor 8A, which is one of the versions of the Honor of low-cost handsets.

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Use the Honor sub-brand for the Chinese giant Huawei to launch a new version of the smartphones low-cost Honor 8A, which is monitored in leaks recently went through TENAA, after the adoption of the phone.

Shows the phone in the leaks on TENAA in two models code JAT-TL00 وJAT-AL00, where the version sensor fingerprint, except that it includes the design of the extrusion at the top of the company, as they feature contrasting side slim, this version of Android 9.0 Pie, and in the following lines specifications available for the phone.

Specifications phone Honor 8A
  • A screen size of 6 inch quality HD display plus accuracy and 1560 in 720 pixel resolution, with dimensions for 19:5:9 glass curved 2.5 D
  • Chip processor eight nuclei at a speed of 2.3 GHz
  • Random memory 3 GB RAM, with a choice in storage capacity between 32, 64 GB, support external memory card slot microSD up to 512 GB.
  • The Android operating system 9.0 Pie with a user interface EMUI 9.0
  • Supports two SIM cards the size of a nano with a microSD card
  • Full control of background of the distinctive sensor 13 mega pixel camera with LED flash
  • Camera front sensor with 8 mega pixel camera
  • Measurements phone 156.28 in 73.5 in 8.0 mm with a weight of 150 grams
  • Supports call network 4G VoLTE, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 4.2, GPS, GLONASS
  • Battery capacity of 3000 mAh

It is expected that the phone comes Honor 8A in the colors of black, Golden, blue, besides the red color, also is expected the official announcement of the phone in the coming weeks.

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This topic leaks reveal the specifications of the phone Honor 8A before the official announcement appeared on Engadget.

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