Huawei seems to be working on its new upcoming smartphone Y9 (2018) despite the setback that includes failed partnership with AT&T. The Y9 (2018) alongside its images gets listed on FCC revealing some of the details.
Considering the leaked images, the device bearing model number FLA-LX3 seems to flaunt a metal unibody design with taller 18:9 front. The taller display houses a minimal design with dual camera setup, earpiece, and a sensor on top while the company’s name placed at the bottom.
Moving towards the rear, the device comes equipped with a standard aluminum chassis similar to Mate and Honor series smartphones. Moreover, it houses dual camera setup without Leica branding along with a fingerprint sensor located below.
Talking about the side chassis, the right side comes equipped with volume rockers and power button. While the left side gets Dual SIMs or Single SIM + MicroSD card tray. The bottom chassis fits in a 3.5mm headphone jack and a micro-USB port, with a small noise cancellation microphone sitting at the top.
The certifications reveal a complete design of the upcoming device, however, specifications are still unknown. Considering the FCC certification a final step before a smartphone is launched in the US market, we can expect an announcement pretty soon. Kindly stay tuned for more emerging updates.