512GB storage capacity phone is going to be launced. Chinese smartphone maker Huawei may launch a smartphone with a whopping 512GB internal storage.
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd. is a Chinese multinational networking, telecommunications equipment, and services company. A model with this specification has been spotted on China’s regulatory body website TENAA.
In December, Samsung announced that it had begun mass producing the world’s first 512GB embedded Universal Flash Storage (eUFS) solution for use in next-generation mobile devices.
A Huawei smartphone with model number “NEO-AL00” was listed on TENAA in February and now it has been updated with details such as 6GB RAM and 512GB built-in storage.
“That is somehow expected since South Korean giant Samsung has already announced a 512GB UFS storage. We’re assuming Huawei is using the component for this particular phone,” according to Android Community.
The upcoming device could reportedly be a Huawei “Mate” series smartphone.
“Others are thinking the ‘NEO-AL00’ could be the Huawei ‘P20 Pro’ but there’s also the idea it could be a ‘Mate’. A Huawei ‘Mate X’ concept is possible since the ‘MateX’ trademark was recently filed in Europe,” the report added.