Huawei Honor V9 With 3900mAh Battery Passes Through The US FCC

Huawei Honor V9

Huawei Honor V9 has reportedly cleared the US FCC with 3900mAh battery. According to reports, a new smartphone with model number TRT-LX3 has passed through the FCC. The US-based certification agency has granted QISTRT-LX3 as the FCC ID for the rumored handset.

The letter drafted by the FCC states that the device ships with an integrated display that will have a capability to fetch the corresponding label information electronically without any physical label.

Huawei Honor V9

It also reveals the fact that you will be able to access the electronic label with three simple steps. Moreover, the content also signals that the electronic label has been developed by Huawei and cannot be modified by any third-party company or software.

We don’t have any information about the specifications of the handset but the papers leaked out from the FCC reveals that the phone is powered by a 3900mAh battery capacity.

On the specifications front, the Huawei Honor V9 features a 5.7-inch QHD display, Kirin 960 processor, 6GB RAM, 128GB expandable internal storage. The processor runs at a clock speed of 1.8GHz, which is moderate for a smartphone based on latest standards.

While the rear camera will be equipped with a dual camera mechanism of a 12MP sensor coupled with the 2MP sensor, the front-facing snapper bears an 8MP sensor. The phone will most likely launch in Blue, Sequoia Red, and Pink color variants.

Launched in China in February, the Honor V9 is designed identically to the likes of Apple iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus. Based on the reports from multiple sources, we infer that the rumored handset should be Huawei Honor V9 since the phone offers a mid-level battery.

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