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Huawei P30 Lite TENAA certification reveals few specifications

25 February 2019 1

As we draw closer and closer to the unveiling of the Huawei P30 Lite, more and more leaks surface online. The company is all set to unveil the smartphone on 26th March. The P30 series of smartphones for 2019 include the P30 Lite, P30, and the P30 Pro. A previous leak revealed a few of the specifications of the Huawei P30 Lite. This time, the device has made an appearance on TENNA and a few more of its key specifications have been leaked.

The phone has received its TENAA certification and bears the model number MAR-TL00. As opposed to its predecessor, the P30 Lite will have a larger screen of 6.15-inches. Courtesy of case renders, we know that the device will have a waterdrop style notch. It seems like the waterdrop notch is becoming a characteristic feature of most 2019 smartphones. While the device has the exact same thickness as the P20 Lite, its height and width have changed, measuring in at 152.9 x 72.7 x 7.4 mm. Juicing the smartphone is a 3,240mAh battery.

In all likelihood, the Huawei P30 Lite will sport a 1080 display. In addition to this, the device may even launch with Android Pie out of the box. This wouldn’t come as much of a surprise as it’s already 2019 and Android Pie is Google’s 2018 version of the software. The device is also speculated to have a triple rear-camera setup and a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor. Since there this is all based on leaks and rumours, it must be taken with a pinch of salt!

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