With the Mobile World Congress getting closer by the day, Huawei also gets closer to its official announcement of the P30 and P30 Pro. While flagship phones are the talk of the town, let’s veer away from it and focus our attention to its cheaper sibling, the P30 Lite.
According to the listing, the Huawei P30 Lite could be the “MAR-LX1M” after getting certified by a Russian agency, EEC. With that said, we got a glimpse of some of its specification from a Chinese certification agency (3C). Apparently, the affordable smartphone will feature a 1080p+ resolution (notched) display while running on Android 9.0 Pie. It’ll also feature a triple camera setup, hinting at a 20MP + 16MP + 2MP combination.
In terms of performance, we will be seeing a Kirin 710 running on the Huawei P30 Lite. Apart from that, there’s a mention of 18W fast charging feature, though no mention of battery capacity. Lastly, there’s a fingerprint scanner on the back.
Given the very expensive price of flagship smartphones today, midrange devices could be the trend this year. So, if you’re expecting the P30 Lite in the upcoming weeks, it’s highly likely to be announced months after the release of its flagship model.