At first sight I thought that two random Huawei phones getting certified by the FCC is no big deal, but a bit of research revealed something very interesting. The newcomers are codenamed Huawei H1621 and Huawei H715BL and apparently Hxxxx model numbers are used for Nexus models.


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For example H1511 and H1512 were variations of the Nexus 6P. These models were certified for FDD-LTE connectivity, WCDMA, Bluetooth and WiFi b/g/n. The past days have brought us a variety of leaks related to HTC Nexus phones, but no trace of Huawei newcomers, at least not in the flesh, so to say. Yes, there was a leak, but the design was fugly to say the least.

If the Nexus 6P is any indication, the new Huawei Nexus should have a beefy format and battery, fingerprint scanner, beautiful metal design and a standout camera area covered with glass. A dual camera may also happen, as Google may capitalize on Huawei’s pairing with Leica.

via blogofmobile

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