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Huawei P20 lite 2019 renders reveal quad rear cameras and display hole design

14 May 2019 4

Last year Huawei launched three variants of flagship P20 lineup including standard P20, P20 Pro and P20 Lite. The P20 Lite was offered as an affordable option with solid mid-range hardware. As per the latest leak the company is getting ready to release a new P20 Lite 2019 with better hardware and refreshed design. Following the latest trendy, the P20 Lite 2019 will have punch-hole at the top left corner. Not just that it will have quad cameras setup on the rear.

As per the leak, the P20 Lite 2019 will feature a 5.84-inches LCD display with Full HD+ screen resolution. One of the key-selling aspects of the device will be quad cameras setup on the rear. The primary snapper on the rear will be a 24MP module with an f/1.8 aperture. The details regarding the other three sensors are still in the dark. One of the sensors is rumored to be a ToF module similar to the Honor View 20.

Under the hood, the Kirin 710 chipset will be powering the phone with 4GB RAM. The base model will have 64GB storage whereas the top-tier model will have 128GB storage. Both variants will support memory expansion via MicroSD. The device is expected in three colors including Black, Blue, and Red. A 3,000mAh battery cell will keep its lights on and will retain 18W fast charger like its predecessor. The base variant is expected to be available at $315.

Do share your thoughts regarding the P20 Lite 2019 specs and hardware details in the comments section below. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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