Huawei has already announced a P20 Lite previously in March last year, but it seems the company had second thoughts about the product and is relaunching a 2019 version of the handset. Well, it’s not the first time they’re doing so. The Huawei P20 Lite (2019) broke on the scene roughly a couple of weeks back and leaked renders showed that the company got rid of the notch in favour of a hole-punch design and also integrated a quad-camera setup. There was a leaked spec-sheet as well but a new specification leak from the same source that revealed it earlier is now being reported. Check it out below.
The latest leak suggests a bigger 6.4-inch IPS screen while it was earlier reported to be 5.84-inches. The resolution remains Full-HD+. The battery is also being reported to be 4,000mAh which is 33% larger than the one in the original. Although, there’s no wireless charging or fast charging. Also, the front camera inside the punch hole is a 16MP sensor with an f/2.2 aperture. The rear primary sensor was a f/1.8 24MP shooter and that doesn’t change while an 8MP wide-angle lens is now being reported as well. The other two sensors are basic 2MP lenses. Connectivity options include NFC, Bluetooth 4.2, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, USB-C with OTG, 4G VoLTE and dual-SIM support. If you’re wondering about the processor, well that remains Huawei’s current beloved Kirin 710 SoC for the mid-range.
Huawei P20 Lite 2019 will be hitting in the European markets priced between 280 euros and 330 euros and colour options would be Midnight Black, Crush Blue and Charming Red.