Mysterious Huawei Model Receives Wi-Fi Certification

According to the new information, Huawei filed a certification application to the Wi-Fi Alliance for a mysterious smartphone model. On the certification, we can see only the model name and more details are yet to be confirmed via different platforms.

The model name is spotted as NEN-LX1 and the device is set to get Android OS. We are not sure about the device info but it is the P50 Pro or any variant of the P50 series.

In the certificate information, it is seen that the operating system of the device is “Android”. If this is a model belonging to the P50 series, it will most likely come with Android again. Unfortunately, this mysterious model will continue to keep its secret before it appears in the TENAA database.

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Huawei P50 Series Key Details:

Launch Date:

The previous report suggests that the Huawei P50 series is likely to arrive in May 2021.


Huawei P50 and P50 Pro to launch with a 6.3-inch and 6.6-inch display respectively.


The vanilla P50 will be equipped with Kirin 9000E while P50 Pro powered by Kirin 9000 processor.


It was previously reported that the Huawei P50 series will bring a more powerful camera system. It will be equipped with Sony IMX800 CMOS as standard for all systems. This is the largest sensor in Sony’s history.

At the rear side of the phone, there is a huge vertically-aligned pill-shaped camera bump at the back, which has two large circular cutouts inside. It is possible that each circle will house more than one sensor, as we’ve seen a similar approach come to life on the HUAWEI Nova 8. Moreover, a fingerprint sensor we may see beneath the display, while the audio output is handled by speakers at the top and bottom.


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