The Huawei Mate 20 Lite doesn’t officially exist, but thanks to Vodafone we already know it does. Now we have some specifications to go alongside the name, thanks to a listing on Polish retailer X-Kom.
And those leaks pretty much match the Mate 20 Lite rumours we’ve already been hearing, which certainly gives them a bit more credence. You’re looking at a notched 6.3-inch device packing a 19.5:9, 2340 x 1080 LCD display for a pixel density of 409ppi.
Inside, the Mate 20 Lite will be running Huawei’s own 12nm Kirin 710 chip, backed by 4GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage. If that’s not enough space, the listing mentions a microSD card slot, but there’s no word on the maximum capacity it can take yet. All this will be powered by a substantial 3750mAh battery, charged via USB Type-C.
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On the back of the phone is a dual-lens camera array, featuring a 24-megapixel snapper paired with a 2-megapixel one, as well as a fingerprint sensor. The selfie duties are taken up with two cameras of almost the same specification: a 20-megapixel main lens, backed up by a 2-megapixel assistant.
X-Kom lists the phone as coming in either blue or black, and it should have Android Oreo out of the box. In Poland, it goes for 1599 zloty, which is around £340 – though that price does include a Huawei smart scale for the Polish market, apparently.
If you’re worried that we haven’t heard anything about a Mate 20 regular or pro model like last year, relax. The Mate 10 Lite appeared a whole month before the higher-priced models, so it’s likely Huawei is doing the same again.
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