Announcement of Huawei P40 Lite: smartphone with Kirin 810 and Android 10, but without Google services

Huawei has long been offering lightweight versions of its flagships, which in terms of specifications and cost have gone far from their older counterparts. For example, the presented Huawei P40 Lite is formally “light” Huawei P40, but apparently, there are a lot of differences from the older version. Here, the name is more of a marketing ploy that allows you to attract attention and promote your smartphone in the market.

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In terms of specifications, the Huawei P40 Lite is a global version of the Chinese Huawei Nova 6 SE, which was introduced at the end of last year. The smartphone was equipped with a 6.4-inch display with FullHD + resolution, a proprietary Kirin 810 chip, 8 GB of RAM and a 128 GB flash module.

Announcement of Huawei P40 Lite: smartphone with Kirin 810 and Android 10, but without Google services

The resolution of the front camera was 16 megapixels, and a combination of four sensors was installed on the back side: 48 megapixels + 8 megapixels (wide-angle) + 2 megapixels (macro) + 2 megapixels (depth sensor). The smartphone is controlled by a proprietary EMUI 10 shell based on Android 10 without Google services (there is Huawei HMS) and it is powered by a 4200 mAh battery with fast 40-watt charging.

The dimensions of the Huawei P40 Lite are 159.2×76.3×8.7 mm and it weighs 183 grams. There is a USB Type-C port and a fingerprint scanner on the side. In Europe, the smartphone will appear on March 2 and requested 299 euros for it in Spain.

Source: gizchina.com

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