Huawei P20 Lite 2019: will come with quad cameras
By Linky Johnson 2019-05-15 182 0
The flood of Huawei and Honorary Phones will continue in 2019, but the manufacturer is apparently running out of names. What could be more obvious than simply reusing a name that has already been successful in the past and adding the current year? The Chinese obviously don't care that it doesn't fit into the release scheme anymore.
And so, after the P30 Lite (exclusively with SD card at Amazon), the predecessor, the P20 Lite, comes into play again. In 2019, of course, the design has changed, with such a broad notch as a year ago Huawei no longer dares to enter the market. Instead of hiding the Selfie-Cam in a small waterdrop notch like in the P30 Lite, the P20 Lite 2019 sits in the upper left corner of the 5.84 inch LCD display, which of course resolves with Full-HD+.
Apropos camera: Huawei is upgrading it to a quad camera, in addition to the 24 megapixel main sensor with F/1.8 aperture, a 3D-TOF sensor is also integrated, as in the P30 Pro and Honor View 20 - not bad for a Lite product. In addition, there might also be telephoto and ultra wide angle cameras, but there are no data available yet. Inside the P20 Lite 2019 is the well-known Kirin 710 and thus a veritable upgrade to the weak Kirin 659 of the P20 Lite 2018.
The Huawei midrager in black, Crush Blue and Charming Red is expected to come with a plastic case and presumably a 3,000 mAh battery - the first dealers in Switzerland and Italy are already selling the device at prices of around 300 euros, so it won't be long before it's ready.
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