Huawei took center stage to officially unveil both the Huawei P10 and P10 Plus over at MWC and now they have turned their focus to a lesser powered version of this device to be tagged with the moniker Huawei P10 Lite which we believe should launch anytime from now as the manufacturers said this handset would be going live in the month of March.
The P10 Lite had been showing up for quite some time now, nonetheless, it was not confirmed by the manufacturers themselves and so didn’t receive much attention from smartphone enthusiasts around the world. Now officially confirmed, images of this handset has showed up and now it proves to be a true beauty on the outside.
As we have seen amongst smartphone and their Lite variants, they usually come with very similar designs and toned down specs but the Huawei P10 Lite seems to defy the odds as it comes with a new design of its own which as we said earlier is still a beauty to behold.
The handset has a fingerprint scanner mounted on the rear panel of the handset and unlike its more powerful siblings, it comes in with a single camera sensor of 12Mpix which is accompanied by an 8Mpix selfie snapper that would also be used for video calling apps as well.
It would have a 5.2 inch Full HD touchscreen display and would be running the Android Nougat skinned EMUI 5.1 from the box. The phone would also be powered by a Kirin 655 processor coupled up with a Mali-T830 GPU. Also crammed up on the SoC is 4GB of RAM and 32GB ROM that would be made expandable through the addition of a microSD card.
All these specs would be setting this device back at a price of €349 and should be made available in three different colors that include white, black and gold as well.