Huawei Honor KIW-AL20: New Huawei device passes through TENAA, shows fingerprint sensor


A new Huawei Honor device gets certified by TENAA also revealing some of the key details regarding its hardware and software specifications that can be expected once it is released.

Recently certified by Chinese regulatory authority Telecommunications Equipment Certification Center or TENAA, the device has model number Honor KIW-AL20. Aside from the namedrop in the model number, it is also evidently an upcoming member of the Honor series of smartphones by the company, as the big branding on the back panel of the device sports the name as well.

The Huawei Honor KIW-AL20, as per the TENAA listing, runs under an octa-core processor of yet unspecified brand and model. It has CPU with frequency speed clocking in at 1.5 GHz. The Honor KIW-AL20 smartphone measures 151.3 mm tall, 76.3 mm wide, and 8.15 mm thick. It weighs 158 grams.

The device certified sports a 5.5-inch TF display with 1080p Full HD resolution. It packs a massive 3GB RAM, along with 32 GB of built-in internal storage capacity. Additionally, the device also supports external microSD expansion of up to 128GB.

As for the camera, the newly certified device features a 13-megapixel main rear camera along with a 5-megapixel front shooter for selfies, video calling, and other similar purposes. Connectivity options supported include Bluetooth, USB, Wi-Fi, 4G, and LTE.

While it was not detailed by the listing, the image of the device shown by TENAA suggested that the upcoming Huawei Honor KIW-AL20 device may be coming with metal body build, complete with metal framing. The top and bottom parts of the panel looked to be made out of plastic, and a square below the main rear camera looked to be a fingerprint sensor.

The device boots on Android Lollipop 5.1.1 and is listed to be available in gold, grey, and silver colors.