Upcoming Honor Prague Mobile Phones Certified by The FCC, Specs Leaked

The Honor Prague mobile smartphones have been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). And we also have a few specs leak as well.

Honor Prague


Huawei is making leaps and bounds in the smartphone market. It is a well-established fact that Huawei is the largest telecom equipment manufacturers in the world and second largest smartphone seller in China. Huawei is leaving no stone unturned to get to the top-spot in China and make in-roads in other markets.

Recently, Huawei had recently launched a new phone called “Honor Magic” which was a premium phone appreciated by the users and experts. Now, it looks like the company may launch two new devices codenamed “Honor Prague.”

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is in charge of regulating the international and interstate communications by cable, satellite, and Wire in the U.S. The devices are codenamed as PRA-LX1 and PRA-LX3 on the official website of FCC. It is not yet cleared whether the devices will have the same name or will it be called Prague or something else.

Honor Prague’s complete specs are not yet available, but some information has been leaked. It looks like the new Honor Prague be equipped with a 3GB RAM and a 2,900mAh Li-Po battery. It will be powered 2.3GHz octa-core Huawei Kirin 950 processor and will run on Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box.

In terms of design, the Honor Prague will have a length of 147.22mm and width of 72.9mm. It will have an AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 2560×1440. It will have a 12MP rear camera and an 8MP front camera. It will also feature a quick charge technology that will enable the users to charge up to 70 percent in just 20 minutes. A fingerprint scanner will be housed at the rear for the Honor Prague models.

Huawei phones are poised to change the market after its launch and feedback. Will Honor Prague stand out in the smartphone market? Only time will tell.


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