Huawei has confirmed to announce its latest smartphone in the ‘P series’ on March 26th. While we wait for the official launch, there has been a design leak from the case maker Spigen of P30 Lite, yes, an entry-level variant of the P30 series.
Huawei P30 Lite: An Entry-Level
The design of the P30 and P30 Pro were leaked through the Spigen cases a couple of weeks back. Well, based on the leaks case renders, it is now confirmed that the P30 Lite will sport a vertically aligned triple camera setup at the rear. The maker is expected to adding ultra-wide-angle lens along with the primary lens and a monochrome or telephoto lens.
The P30 seems to have retained a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor instead of using an in-display unit, which is understandable. At the front, the P30 Lite seems to come with a FullView display that has a tiny notch, in-line with other P30 models. The P30 Lite has two cut-out-holes at the bottom which embeds the traditional 3.5mm headphone jack.
The P30 Lite is expected to be powered by a mid-range Kirin 710 processor. Well, it is fascinating to see why Huawei didn’t go with the punch-hole display like the Honor View20. We should know more details about the P30 flagship series when it goes official next month.
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