While we are still expecting the launch of Huawei’s new flagship P40 phone later this month, the Chinese company has unveiled the P40 Lite and P40 Lite E models in Europe.
The P40 Lite is a 6.4-inch (2,310 x 1,080-pixel LCD) smartphone is powered by the 7nm Kirin 810 chip. it has 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage and packs a 4,200mAh battery that supports 40W SuperCharge.
The phone also sports a quad-sensor setup on the back: a 48MP main shooter (f/1.8), an 8MP ultra-wide-angle (f/2.4), a 2MP macro camera (f/2.4) and another 2MP sensor for depth sensing. And under the punch-hole in front sits a 16MP (f/2.0) selfie camera.
The P40 Lite runs EMUI 10 that’s based on Android 10. It doesn’t come with Google Mobile Services, but it uses Huawei Mobile Services (HMS) to power several Huawei apps and services, such as the Huawei AppGallery.
The P40 Lite is priced at 999 zloty (~S$359) in Poland.
Then P40 Lite E is also available for pre-order in Poland for 699 zloty (~S$250).
It comes with a 6.39-inch IPS LCD with a 1,560 x 720-pixel resolution. RAM and storage are also reduced to 4GB and 64GB respectively. In the camera department, it looks like the Lite E has kept the Lite’s 48MP main camera, 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera and 2MP depth camera, but not the macro camera. The selfie camera is also different: 8MP instead of 16MP.
The Lite E is pwered by the Kirin 810F, which is made up of 4 x Cortex-A73 (2.2GHz) + 4 x Cortex-A53 (1.7GHz) cores.
The Lite E still has a 4,000mAh battery but it doesn’t support SuperCharge.