Huawei P30 Lite certified by TENAA and MIIT, Here is a part of the specs


Huawei P30 Lite

Huawei P30 Lite, the younger brother of the new flagship smartphone family that the Chinese manufacturer is preparing to officially present it in Paris on March 26, has just been certified by TENAA and MIIT, thus revealing a part of its technical specifications.

This year, it seems that Huawei has decided not to anticipate the launch of the Lite model, but rather to present the P30 series at full size during the Paris event.

A couple of days ago, thanks to the images of the Spigen covers, we had a first look of the design of the Lite model, and now the picture is enriched by some other details related to the technical data sheet device. In fact, if the technical specifications are not yet known in their entirety, but the certifications of TENAA and the Chinese MIIT agency allow us to get an idea.

TENAA has certified two variants of Huawei’s new Lite model, identified by the MAR-AL00 and MAR-TL00 model numbers. The institution’s database reveals that Huawei’s new mid-range will be equipped with a 6.15-inch display and as suggested by previous leaks, Full HD+ resolution. The phone dimensions will be equal to 152.9 x 72.7 x 7.4 mm and to power everything will be a battery of 3,240 mAh.

The remaining specifications of Huawei P30 Lite unfortunately not yet listed, but it is reasonable to expect their addition in a short time.

According to the latest rumors, P30 Lite will boast a triple rear camera, will also have a classic fingerprint reader on the back and on the front side we will have a water-drop notch at the top and a very thin chin. Under the body it is reasonable to expect the presence of the Kirin 710 SoC and from the point of view of software we will have Android 9 Pie with EMUI 9.0 unterface.

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