Huawei P10 Lite Review

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Despite the fact that the Huawei P10 Lite is a smartphone that is very similar to the P10, it features some distinctive design touches. These features include a diamond-cut metal frame, 2.5D double-sided curved glass, and a clean design.

5.2 inch FullHD (1920x1080p) IPS LCD display

Powered by a Kirin 658 octa-core processor with four cores operating at 2.1GHz, the Huawei P10 Lite offers a good balance between power and battery life. With a battery capacity of 3,000 mAh, you can expect a full day’s use.

The display on the Huawei P10 Lite is an IPS LCD panel that has good viewing angles. It’s also bright enough to be usable outside.

The P10’s screen has a high peak brightness and a low margin of error. The display can be adjusted to warmer or cooler color temperatures. It has an average white point of 8,400K. The IPS LCD panel is also good at producing deep blacks and a crisp picture.

The Huawei P10 Lite is a good value. It costs half as much as the regular P10, but includes more hardware. It has a fingerprint reader, NFC support, Bluetooth, and Wi-Fi. It also features an integrated Avast virus scanner. It also comes with Android 7.0 Nougat.

Kirin 658 chipset

Powered by the Kirin 658 chipset, the Huawei P10 Lite has a 5.2-inch display with a Full HD resolution. It also has a 4GB RAM, a fingerprint sensor, and a 12MP rear camera. The phone comes with 32GB of internal storage and an optional microSD card. It supports fast charging technology and runs on Android 7.0 Nougat.

The Huawei P10 Lite is a mid-range device. It is equipped with a 5.2-inch Full HD screen with an IPS LCD panel that has a good contrast and great sharpness. It also has a 3,000 mAh battery that offers 18W fast charging.

The Huawei P10 Lite is powered by a 16nm octa-core CPU. It has four ARM Cortex-A53 cores, which work at 1.7GHz, 2.1GHz, and 2.36GHz. It also has a GPU, which is the dual-core Mali-T830 MP2 processor. It also supports a fingerprint sensor and works with Android 7.0 Nougat.

Dual-camera Leica setup

Among the many differences between the P10 and P10 Plus is the fact that the P10 Plus has a dual lens Leica setup, while the P10 Lite only has a single lens. This may be a bit of a disappointment to those looking for a P10 Plus with a dual lens Leica setup.

However, the P10 Plus’ dual camera setup is a worthy upgrade to last year’s P9 Plus flagship. With a wider f/1.8 aperture and Leica SUMMILUX-H optics, the P10 Plus is able to capture more light and produce higher resolution images.

The P10 Plus’ dual camera setup is also optimized for taking low-light photos. It captures two times as much light as the standard P10, giving you a wider variety of colors. This feature also makes the P10 Plus a better choice for those looking to take photos of friends and family.

Hybrid SIM tray

Using a hybrid SIM tray is the latest trend in smartphone design. This new method allows you to use two SIM cards and a memory card in one slot. It is not only convenient, but it is also more space efficient for both phone manufacturers and the end user. It eliminates the need to open a hard case to add a SIM card, and it also reduces the amount of space used to store the device.

Using a hybrid slot requires a little bit of work. However, it is worth the effort. The resulting design saves the phone manufacturers lots of space, and it also allows for more memory and battery capacity.

The hybrid slot also supports the smallest possible memory card. This means that you can fit a microSD card of up to 256 GB. It also comes with a SIM-Extender, which makes it possible to use two SIM cards at the same time.

EMUI 5.1 software

EMUI 5.1 software on the Huawei P10 Lite will bring several improvements to the user experience. The update will also improve overall system security and battery performance. The new version will have the Ultra Response feature that registers touches faster and closer to zero latency. The new machine learning algorithm will learn users’ habits and target the apps with the best resources.

EMUI 5.1 also includes the Highlights feature, which creates video highlights from your best moments. You can also add sound effects to these videos. These videos can be viewed through a new Discovery tab. These videos are sorted by people and events. The gallery app also includes a Highlights tool that can group photos by date and location.

You can also use the off-screen navigation button as a virtual back button. It will open recent apps. It also works as Google Now on Tap, which helps you access your home screen.

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