Huawei has unveiled its new member from the P40 series in Spain — it is the P40 Lite which basically is a rebranded Nova 6 SE sold in China and Nova 7i sold in Malaysia.
The Huawei P40 Lite, just like those two phones, has Kirin 810 chipset, which means there’s no Google Play Services in the device. Accompanying the chipset is 6GB RAM and 128GB of onboard storage which is expandable via the company’s proprietary NM card. The LCD panel measures 6.4-inch diagonally with a punch-hole cutout at the top left corner.
At the back of the P40 Lite is a square camera module that comprises of four lenses. Out of the four, the primary one carries a 48MP sensor, while the other one is an 8MP ultrawide shooter. The remaining two are 2MP sensor for macro and depth perception.
For selfies, Huawei has tucked a 16MP, f/2.0 front shooter inside the punch-hole design.
Powering the phone is a 4,200mAh battery that can be topped up with 40W Huawei Super charger through the UBS-C port. Other feature includes 3.5mm headphone jack, EMUI 10 running on top of Android 10 with HMS and a fingerprint scanner at the side which also acts as a power button.
The Huawei P40 Lite is available for €299 with pre-orders beginning from March 2 on Huawei e-store. Huawei is also offering some users the Freebuds 3 for free, while shipments will begin from March 7. The availability of the phone outside Europe, including Nepal, is yet to be known.