The network has published specifications of the smartphone Huawei Mate 20 Lite

Remigio Civitarese
Agosto 20, 2018

Mate Lite 20 is built on the basis of an 8-core Kirin 710 with a 12-nanometer process technology. The latest leak apparently confirms some rumors that have been flying around about the Mate 20.

Smartphone Huawei Mate 20 Lite appeared in the benchmark Geekbench a week after certification in TENAA. But today, it is a model of the last city that we were interested in and more precisely the Huawei Mate 20 Lite. Similar to previously released Mate 10 series which consists of the Mate 10 and the Mate 10 Pro.

Yes, plural; somewhat unsurprisingly, as per the Huawei Mate launch past year, there will be at least three Huawei Mate 20 handsets wearing exactly the same monikers as the 2017 range.

The signature feature of the spec sheet is the Huawei own-brand HiSilicon Kirin 980 processor, this is the latest powerhouse CPU from the firm and it is based on the 7nm semiconductor architecture. A flagship phone like this is also going to support fast charging but more importantly, the Mate 20 could be the first device from Huawei to get Qi wireless charging support.

The battery is BIG, a massive 4,200mAh. It is worth noting that the new 20 Mate and Pro Mate 20, but will get a smaller display, different camera and less powerful processor. It also has LPDDR4X RAM and an ARM Mali-G72 MP24 GPU; that doubles the number of GPU cores found on the previous model.

Coming to the Mate 20 Lite you can check out the smartphone from all sides and it is just as premium as the Mate 20.

However, unlike the Nova 3i whose main camera setup is in the top left corner, the Mate 20 Lite will have the cameras vertically set up in the middle of the back panel, much like on the Mate 10. Knowing Huawei, the company tends to keep its most sought-after features for the Pro versions. Three colour options are shown in what looks rather a lot like an official product render, you'll be able to choose from blue, black, or gold variants.

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