This year, Huawei introduced Huawei Mate 20 X 5G, Mate 30 (5G) and Mate 30 Pro (5G), and the Honor V30 series is also coming in 5G. Aside from these flagships, a recent set of certification reveals that Huawei seems to be gearing a big batch of 5G smartphones.
On August 26, Huawei has certified more than a dozen Huawei/Honor 5G smartphones from Bluetooth SIG, expected to contain both high-end and mid-end smartphones.
Also, there’s no official information available on these devices. However, it’s possible that the models shown below could be released next year and may also consist of the upcoming V30 series variants to be launched this month.
To be noted, that Huawei will use the latest Kirin 990 (5G) for its flagship 5G smartphones containing models from both Huawei and Honor. And for a 5G smartphone with a reduced price, the company may use 5G chipset from either Qualcomm or Mediatek.
Below you see models including “AN00P” for high-end phones and “AN10” is expected to be for mid or low smartphones. (number of models are more than shown in the screenshot).