In a few days, the Huawei P40 series of phones will be unveiled. They will succeed the P30 line from 2019. In typical Huawei fashion, the P40 will come in threes: the normal P40, a souped-up P40 Pro and a specc’d down P40 Lite. The last one has gone live already if a tweet from Huawei’s Spanish Twitter account is anything to go by.
We do not have full details about what the smartphone brings to the table, so here are some of the basic specs we have so far:
|Display||6.4" LCD FullHD+
|Platform||Android 10; EMUI 10|
|Chipset||Huawei P40 Lite|
SuperCharge at 40W (70% in 30 minutes)
|Main camera||Quad system:
48 MP main
8 MP ultra wide
2 MP macro lens
2 MP depth sensor
|Selfie||16 MP punched in the display|
|Colours||Black, Emerald Green, Light Pink/Blue|
|Price||Around KES 30,000|
Downside? The device has no Google services. We are not sure if it will make its way here considering the Mate 30 was never launched locally.