Huawei launched the midrange version of its latest flagship, the P30 Lite, at an event in India. Huawei announced the device earlier today in addition to the P30 Pro, although the regular P30 will not be available in the region.
The P30 Lite has a 6.15-inch Full HD + (2.321 x 1.080) screen with water drop notch, Kirin 710 chip, 4 GB or 6 GB RAM and 128 GB expandable storage.
On the rear panel of the device are a fingerprint scanner and a triple camera setup with a 24MP f / 1.8 camera, an 8 MP f / 2.4 ultra-wide camera (with a field of view of 120 degrees) and a 2MP depth sensor. The front camera is now 32MP.
The device also includes a 3,340 mAh battery (with 18 watt charge), USB-C connectivity and support for GPU Turbo 2.o – to provide better processing and less battery consumption when playing compatible games.
The P30 Lite price is set at 19,990 Indian rupees (~ $ 287) for the 4GB RAM model and 22,990 Indian rupees (~ $ 330) for the 6GB RAM model.
The device is set to go on sale on Amazon, but we are still waiting for further details regarding colorways.
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