But without Google services
Huawei has quietly added a P40 Lite 5G smartphone to its range, which we wrote about a few days ago. Whether there will be any formal announcement is unclear, but it does not matter – there are already all the parameters and even the prices.
So, as we said, the P40 Lite 5G is a copy of the Chinese model Nova 7 SE. Perhaps it’s worth mentioning right away that now on the page with the characteristics of the P40 Lite 5G the OLED panel is indicated, while in the Nova 7 SE IPS is used. However, at the same time, we see the fingerprint scanner remaining on the side, and on the main page with the description of the smartphone, there is no mention of OLED. So, most likely, this is just a mistake.
The smartphone received a 6.5-inch Full HD + display with a 16MP embedded front camera. The heart is the latest Kirin 820 SoC with 5G support. There is 6 GB of RAM, 128 GB of flash memory. The main quad-camera has sensors with a resolution of 64, 8, 2 and 2 megapixels. Battery capacity – 4000 mAh, there is support for proprietary 40-watt charging. From the rest, we can note the presence of NFC and dimensions of 162.3 x 75 x 8.58 mm with a mass of 189 g. There are three colours to choose from: green, black and gradient pink-pearl. The new product runs on Android 10 with the EMUI 10.1 shell. Of course, there are no Google services.
The smartphone is priced in Europe at 400 euros, and it is one of the most affordable 5G smartphones in this market. Unfortunately, the lack of Google services will be critical for many.