The Honor 20 Lite, a rumored upcoming smartphone from Huawei sub-brand Honor, has appeared online in a number of leaked renders. The images arrived via WinFuture.de (H / t GSMArena) yesterday, gave us a clear indication of what the handset might look like, as well as a look at the specifications. And it looks like it looks a lot like the Huawei P30 Lite.
The Honor 20 Lite would have a 6.21-inch Full HD + display (2340 x 1080 pixels) with waterdrop notch, Kirin 710 chipset, 4GB RAM RAM and 128 GB expandable storage. The Base P30 Lite model carries the same, but for a 0.06-inch larger screen.
It is said that the camera setting is similar to that of the P30 Lite, with a triple rear camera setup, consisting of a 24MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide sensor, a 2MP depth sensor and a 32MP front camera – all of which can found on the P30 Lite.
The Honor 20 Lite is speculated to come with a slightly larger battery than the P30 Lite, though – 3,400mAh instead of 3340mAh – but that comes at the expense of connectivity: the P30 Lite has USB-C while the Honor 20 Lite to allegedly consists of microUSB only.
Finally, the Honor 20 Lite would include a fingerprint scanner on the back, a 3.5 mm headphone port, and the same (or comparable) black and blue color options as the P30 Lite, for a price of around 280 euros.
We don't know if or when the Honor 20 Lite is set to arrive, but if we assume that the leak is correct, it seems a bit of a strange release strategy for Huawei; it will be hard to tell where it ends and the Huawei P30 Lite starts. Thank goodness for the back logos, right?