Huawei DLI-xxx On GFXBench Could Be The Honor DLI-TL20

The Huawei DLI-xxx on GFXBench could be the Honor DLI-TL20 that showed up on TENAA recently, as Honor is a subsidiary of Huawei and the model number seems to match up. In addition to a similar model number the GFXBench listing shows a device with many of the same specifications as Honor device, which is one more thing to consider when thinking about both phones. The Huawei device shows 2.8GB (3GB) of RAM as well as 25GB (32GB) of internal storage space. It isn't listed whether or not it has support for expandable storage via a Micro SD card, but if it is the Honor DLI-TL20 then it will have expandable storage support up to 128GB.

According to GFXBench the Huawei phone will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and have an Adreno 505 GPU for the graphics processing. The Honor DLI-TL20 TENAA listing doesn't mention which processor type it will be using, but it does mention a 1.4GHz processor and this is the same clock frequency as the Huawei model. Other details about the unannounced Huawei device include Android 7.0 Nougat for the Android OS version when it comes to the software, though it will also have the latest version Huawei's Emotion UI that runs on the Nougat build.

The screen will be 5.5-inches in size and come with a resolution of 1280 x 720 which means it will be HD, but not Full HD. It will also come with 12-megapixel rear-facing camera for images, and a 5-megapixel front-facing camera for selfies and video chat. That's about it when it comes to specifications details and there are no images to go along with the benchmark results, so there's no way to match the two devices together based on the design features. If the two devices are one in the same though, it probably won't be too long before Huawei and Honor make an official announcement for the device being that the Honor phone has passed through TENAA which is China's regulatory body similar to the FCC in the U.S. It's also worth noting that judging by the specs, this will probably be a mid-range device, which means it will be affordable compared to high-end devices from Huawei and Honor.

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