Huawei has brought the P40 series in Europe, starting from Spain. The first device is the midranger Huawei P40 Lite, which, after further inspection, is the same phone sold under the name Huawei nova 6 SE in China and Huawei nova 7i in Malaysia.
The Huawei P40 Lite comes with a Kirin 810 chipset, meaning there are no Google Services on the phone. The SoC is coupled with 6 GB RAM and 128 gigs of storage, but if you want more, you have to expand with an NM card. The screen is 6.4” LCD panel with a punch hole in the upper left corner and Full HD+ resolution.
The Huawei P40 Lite has a square camera setup on the back, while the LED flash sits below. Out of the four shooters, two are doing the main job – a 48 MP main one and an 8 MP ultra-wide snapper; the other two are assisting in macro shots and depth sensing.
There is also a selfie shooter, tucked in the punch hole design, which is 16 MP with f/2.0 aperture.
The 4,200 mAh battery in the phone can be topped up with a 40W Huawei Super charger through the USB-C port. Other specs include 3.5 mm audio jack, EMUI 10, based on Android 10 with HMS on top and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner that doubles as a power button.
The price of the Huawei P40 Lite is €299. Pre-orders begin on the new Huawei e-store on March 2 with some users having the ability to get Freebuds 3 for free, while the first shipments are scheduled for March 7. Customers who want to experience the device before purchasing have to wait until March 16 – that’s when the phone will arrive at retailers.
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