huawei p30 lite


Huawei’s P30 series has received quite the warm reception from fans and tech reviewers, thanks to a combination of premium design, innovative features, and imaging capabilities that has once again set the bar high for mobile photography. Today, we’re having a closer a look at the most affordable device of the lot, the P30 Lite, which has undergone quite a makeover from its predecessor. Design and Build Quality Despite the significant price difference to its more premium siblings, the P30 Lite doesn’t look like out of place as far as design is concerned. It still has that premium look and feel that wouldn’t make you feel like you’re left out of the loop. The P30 Lite’s 6.15-inch display has FHD+ resolution, and shows good sharpness and detail. Viewing angles are pretty decent, and colors look punchy enough. There’s a certain richness in this display that makes it look so premium,…

It has been reported that the Huawei P30 Lite will have a 1080p+ screen. Along with this, certifications from China have also revealed that it will have a 6.15-inch panel. The P30 is expected to have a similarly sized 6.1-inch screen at 1080p+. The case renders also reveal that the P30 Lite will have a teardrop notch. It will also pack a 3240mAh battery and is expected to feature fast charging at 18W. It will measure at 152.9×72.7×7.4mm, according to reports. The Lite will reportedly have a triple camera setup with 20+16+2MP shooters. It is also expected that it will have a Kirin 710 under the hood. The P30 Lite is rumored to debut along with the P30 and P30 Pro on March 26. Source

Huawei’s recent devices always had a lite version, and the company doesn’t seem to be stopping anytime soon, as a leak of a case design from Spigen reveals what seems to be a triple camera system for the upcoming P30 Lite. The company has in fact, uploaded the images of the case with the phone in it. What’s noticeable about the P30 lite is the presence of a physical fingerprint sensor at the back, while the front houses a tiny notch for the selfie camera. The device retains the headphone jack just beside the Type-C port, and is expected to sport a mid-range chip, such as the Kirin 710. In any case, the rest of the details will most likely be unveiled on March 26, at Huawei’s launch event in Paris. Source¬†via