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Huawei certified 5 new 5G phones, what’s coming?



Huawei 5G phones this year

Huawei has certified 5 new 5G phones via Bluetooth SIG authority. Although the purpose and the identity remained unknown, it indicates that Huawei has plans for the future release of new 5G smartphones.

The latest input coming from DigitalChatStation reveals that Huawei has 5 models certified with the following model numbers:

  • ADA-AN00
  • PSD-AN00
  • ADA-TN00
  • BLK-AN00
  • BLK-TN00

5 new 5G Huawei phones

The suffix “AN” or “TN”, means that the model has 5G access. On the other hand, Huawei phones with “AL” in the suffix mean that the device is 4G. For example, the Huawei Mate 50 in the image below has a model – CET-AL00, followed by other models with a similar suffix in the end.

4G Huawei phones models

5G Return?

Since 2020, Huawei stopped printing new chipsets, and the company also can’t buy 5G RF chips to enable 5G in its new smartphones. Therefore, Huawei had to launch Huawei P50, Mate 50, and P60 series without a 5G network.

However, multiple reports hint that Huawei is preparing to relaunch its phones in the 5G segment. For that, Huawei is working with its domestic chip partner to resolve the current issues and enable 5G in its devices.

Huawei Mate 60 series is the next flagship, which could launch between Q3 and Q4 this year. And analysts believe that this may be the right choice for the company to introduce a 5G model. However, there is also a report, which says that the tech maker will also relaunch recent flagship devices with 5G chipsets including P60, Mate X3, and others.

Still, it’s not revealed how Huawei will achieve this aim but the company will need some breakthroughs because Qualcomm, the chipset provider for its current 4G chip, has confirmed that it’s not supplying a 5G chip for Huawei. Therefore, Huawei will have to rely on domestic partners to supply a 5G-ready solution to be inbuilt on the upcoming 5G smartphones.

Currently, Huawei has not published any official statement on the certification of these 5 new 5G phones but we’ll keep you posted with all of the new action.


Most of Deng Li's smartphones are from the Huawei ecosystem and his first Huawei phone was Ascend Mate 2 (4G). As a tech enthusiast, he keeps exploring new technologies and inspects them closely. Apart from the technology world, he takes care of his garden.