While Huawei continues to see struggles with devices here in the US, that hasn’t stopped the company from attempting to innovate. According to a listing on TENAA (via PhoneRadar), a new Huawei device has passed certifications with a whopping 512GB of storage.
It’s already rare-enough to see a device released with 256GB of storage, but this would be a first for a smartphone. The device, with a model number of NEO-AL00, passed through TENAA with a combination of 6GB of RAM and 512GB of storage.
Unfortunately, the listing did not share any more details about the upcoming device. This leaves us with little to really go off of as to when it will be released or what other features it may have.
Nonetheless, it will be interesting to see what Huawei has up its sleeves in the next few months. First, the company will be making a pit stop in Paris to unveil the new Huawei P20 lineup. The big-hitting feature here is a triple camera setup, with a primary 40MP sensor.
Let us know what you think about this move and if you would like to see more devices launched with more than just 64GB of base storage. On the bright side, at least we can put the days of 16GB devices in our rear-view mirror.