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A number of new Huawei phone models passed 3C Certification



Huawei P50 Pocket 3C Certification

Huawei has pushed off a bunch of new models from 3C Certification including the Mate Xs 2, the flip-flop gadget – P50 Pocket, and the super-ultra MatePad Pro 12.6 5G tablet. According to the reports, these are the derivative models of the company.

It’s quite interesting to know that some new but secondary models of the Huawei P50 Pocket, Mate Xs 2, and MatePad Pro 12.6 are going through the 3C Certification procedure at this moment. However, a detailed view of the company over this stance is still awaited.

Devices on 3C Certification:

Talking about the devices, the 3C listing shows a horizontally-folded smartphone. Consequently, the network access hints that it carries the model number PAL-AL10 and adopts a 66W charger. Notably, there is also a copied version of the Huawei P50 Pocket with model number BAL-AL80 which flashes a charging of 40W.

Huawei P50 Pocket 3C Certification

Similarly, things are identical with the Mate Xs 2 device. It exhibits a model number PAL-Al00 on the certification spot. Besides, it powers a Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 4G chipset. Describing the outer framework, the device weighs 255g and uses aviation-grade titanium alloy.

Further, it attaches an ultra-thin glass fiber with super-tough steel, and a dual-rotor eagle wing hinge. Alike the P50 Pocket, Mate Xs 2 also supports a 66W of super-fast charging that results in 90% of battery level in 30 minutes.

The next gadget in this certification line is the derivative of MatePad Pro. It is a 5G huge screen device that powers a 40W rapid charge. Although, there isn’t any confirmation as to how many traits of this device match the original gadget.

Huawei MatePad Pro 12.6 powers a 5nm Kirin 9000 series processor. As the name highlights, the device is well-known for holding a 12.6-inch OLED full panel. Besides, it is capable of supporting the second-generation Huawei M-Pencil stylus.

Furthermore, several of its thoughtful functions such as multi-collaboration, and efficient performance make the device high in demand from users.


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