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Two new smartphones under Honor Prague series cross FCC

19 December 2016 2

Huawei recently launched Honor Magic smartphone with some interesting specifications and features. And now, Huawei’s Honor brand is getting ready to launch a few more devices. According to FCC’s listing, Honor has a few interesting devices to add in its portfolio. The FCC listing shows that Honor has two devices in preparation which are going to be the part of the same series codenamed Honor Prague.

However, we are yet to know if the devices will be launched under the same moniker or not. For now, it’s true that both have cleared the FCC. The document lists the two model numbers – PRA-LX1 and PRA-LX3 on its official website. There is no information regarding the hardware specs of either device right now. But, the FCC listing does confirm some of the important specs.

The PRA-LX1 model has an FCC ID of QISPRALX1 and measures 147.2mm in length and 72.9mm in width. These measurements suggest that the screen size of the device would be 5.5-inch, though it’s just a speculation for now. Also, looking at the images posted on the website, PRA-LX1 seems to have just one image sensor at the rear with LED flash. The rear also houses a fingerprint scanner.

Each model is expected to come with 2,900mAH Li-Po battery and 3GB RAM. It will also support Bluetooth v4.2 and 2.4GHz Wi-Fi. The FCC website confirms that the upcoming device might come with Android 7.0 Nougat out of the box.


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Two new smartphones under Honor Prague series cross FCC
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DaniPablo

This is a tad premature to talk about these phones, though it is official from the website. I was curious to know what kind of phones they were - flagship or mid-rangers.

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