Huawei P30 Lite silently launched with triple cam, Kirin 710

Yordan, 27 March 2019

The Huawei P30 and Huawei P30 Pro stole the show yesterday, but the manufacturer still found the time to list the P30 Lite on its websites today. After the phone was launched for pre-order on various Filipino retailers, now the official Huawei Canada web-page also posted offers for early adopters. Although specs are still unavailable, its partners Freedom and Videotron have released the full sheet.

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Although the P30 name might confuse you initially, the Lite version is actually a midranger. The P30 Lite runs on Kirin 710, and is coupled with 4 GB RAM and 128 GB storage (although you can get 6GB/128 GB variant in the Philippines). This phone has three cameras, making it the first Lite flagship with more than two shooters.

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More promo slides

The setup consists of 24MP regular shooter, 8MP wide-angle lens and 2MP depth sensor, while the front-facing camera is 32MP. It is hidden in the waterdrop notch that is placed on the 6.15” LCD panel. It has Full HD+ resolution with 2312 x 1080 pixels, which isn’t the usual tall ratio of 19.5:9, but is taller than 19:9.

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Even more promo slides

The Huawei P30 Lite has QuickCharge, but it is 18W, instead of the 22.5W charge seen in the proper flagship Huawei P30. The battery itself has 3,340 mAh capacity and charges through a USB-C port.

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Huawei P30 Lite

Pre-orders have already begun and will last until April 10. Early adopters can also get free Band 3 Pro if they purchase the device from selected participating retailers. Price of the phone, available only in Black or Blue (no White option), starts from CAD429.95, which is equivalent to $320/€285.

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  • Mario

why say that?

  • xeroga

It seems Chinese-version phones for Huawei works better in other nations, installing google-related services and apps were so simple, better than those from Xiaomi, Vivo, ZTE and Oppo Chinese-version phones

  • Anonymous

It is inevitable. Huawei and Xiaomi will eventually become the number one and number two phone manufacturers in the world despite all attempts made by the US and its allies to hold back Huawei.