The Tenna recently unveiled a new Huawei phone model, BON-AL00, which is anticipated to be the Huawei Nova 11 SE.
In the image, this novel phone employs a family-style double-ring lens module and features three rear cameras. The body predominantly dons a black finish, with the lens module and Huawei logo elegantly adorned in gold. Moreover, the product boasts a straight screen on the front, with the location of the selfie lens opening remaining undisclosed.
According to network access information, the phone complies with TD-LTE / LTE FDD / WCDMA / cdma2000 / CDMA 1X / GSM standards, with no mention of 5G communication. Additionally, this product supports dual-SIM standby and comes pre-installed with HarmonyOS.
Aside from these products, Huawei Terminal Company also unveiled network access ID photos for FGD-AL00 and CTR-AL20 on September 25th. The former bears a resemblance to the rear design of the Huawei P60, while the latter adopts a circular lens module design. Both are expected to fall into the mid-range product category.
A recent statement from a Huawei dealer confirmed that the Huawei Nova 11 SE is set for release in October. Concurrently, China Post Communications will launch the Hi nova 10 SE, and WIKO will introduce the Hi Changxiang 60S, both in the same month.