Thanks to a rather substantial leak, form just a few hours ago, we are already quite familiar with the Honor Play 9A. Today brings a TENAA certification listing for the phone, hinting strongly at an imminent release, while also re-affirming most of its specs.
Honor Play 9A TENAA certification
We only say most here, since TENAA does claim the MED-AL20 and MOA-AL20, both known model numbers of the Honor Play 9A, pack a 4,900 mAh battery. While our original source did list 5,000 mAh. Frankly, this really isnt a big deal and we might be looking at a fairly standard case of maximum or advertised capacity, versus rated or typical one. The fact that both sources list the exact same, very specific 159.07 x 74.06 x 9.04 mm measurements for the phone, leave little room for doubt. Both also mention a 6.3-inch FullHD+ display, with a waterdrop notch design.
As for other bits and pieces on the Honor Play 9A, we already know It will be based around the MediaTek Helio P35 chipset, with 4GB of RAM and either 64GB or 128GB of storage. In the camera department, we expect to see a 13MP main shooter, paired with a 2MP depth module. A traditional fingerprint reader on the back of the phone, 10W battery charging, Android 10, with Magic UI 3.0 and a selection of green, blue and black color options round things off, as we currently know them. No word on pricing or availability quite yet.