Two Huawei devices have been spotted on Chinese certification website TENAA. Listed as model numbers PRA-TL10 and KOB-L09, the two devices will be powered by Android OS, though, the version has not been mentioned.
One of the devices, KOB-L09, has already cleared WiFi Alliance certification where it carried the same model number and went by the product name of Tablet Huawei MediaPad T3. As is obvious by its name, this device is successor to MediaPad T2, a mid-ranger launched last year.
The other device, PRA-TL10, will be a dual-SIM smartphone, as per the TENAA listing. Nothing more is known about it at the moment.
Coming to the MediaPad T3 TENAA listing, the timing could not have been more appropriate. With Huawei gearing up to showcase the high-end P10 smartphone, we expect the company to tag along a few affordable devices as well, something like the MediaPad T3.
Meanwhile, those with a Huawei Mediapad M3 might like to know that the device has started receiving the December Android security patch which arrives as build number BTV-W09C128B003. Weighing 333 MB the update is still based on Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. But it should be getting the Android Nougat update in March.