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Mysterious dual-SIM Huawei mid-ranger with fingerprint scanner caught in the wild

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Mysterious dual-SIM Huawei mid-ranger with fingerprint scanner caught in the wild
Earlier today, we showed you Huawei's invitations for its IFA event on September 4, which hinted us that the company will unveil a smartphone with a fingerprint scanner on board. Well, we don't know if the company's rumored upcoming flagship, the Huawei Ascend Mate 7 (or Huawei Ascend (Mate 3) D3, or whatever Huawei decides to call it), will come with such functionality on board, but a mysterious Huawei mid-ranger with a fingerprint scanner just got caught in the wild.

Although the device is camera shy and its exterior design remains hidden under an all-around protective case, it's been pictured from all sides. The rear one is the most interesting, however, as it looks like it's sporting a fingerprint scanner right under its main camera.

Bearing the Z100-CL00 model name, this Huawei device is equipped with a 720p display of unknown size. The SoC's exact type and number of cores remain veiled in mystery, but its running frequency is listed as being 1.6GHz. The amount of RAM is 1GB, while the on-board memory is 16GB, 9.26GB of which are most probably available to the user right out of the box. Oh, and according to the images below, this device has dual-SIM capabilities.

The device might be a toned-down version of Huawei's next flagship, but we guess that we would probably find out pretty soon.


source: Weibo via G4Games

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posted on 18 Aug 2014, 09:40

1. Duketytz (Posts: 524; Member since: 28 Nov 2013)


Judging from the casing and estimating the size, the bezels should be pretty slim on this device!

posted on 18 Aug 2014, 09:52

2. HTCOE (Posts: 528; Member since: 20 Nov 2011)


ummmm FOH! lol

posted on 18 Aug 2014, 13:34

3. PorkyBurger (Posts: 258; Member since: 18 May 2013)


Ooh, looks like they are using Android L's navigation buttons. (Pic 2.) Are they going to use Android L already?!! Wow, I am super confused now.

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