An Honor device with the model numbers JAT-AL00, JAT-TL00 and JAT-L29 has been certified with the Chinese TENAA as well as with Russia's EEC, hinting that it will launch both in China and Russia (and possibly the rest of Europe). Judging by the specs it's likely the Honor 8A.
There are no photos of the device attached to either authority's certification but there are specs. The Honor 8A will offer a 6.08-inch LCD of 720x1560px resolution, an octa-core 2.2GHz chipset with 3GB of RAM and Android 9 Pie on board. There are two cameras on the Honor 8A - a 13MP main camera and an 8MP selfie one.
Interestingly, the Honor 8A lacks a fingerprint scanner, likely relying on some form of face scanning.
It will come with either 32GB or 64GB of onboard storage that will be expandable through a microSD card.
The battery aboard is a 2,920mAh unit.
Lastly the Honor 8A will measure 156.28x73.5x8mm, weigh 150g and come in Black, Blue, Gold and Red.