Huawei P30 Lite


The Huawei P30 Lite has a number of praise-worthy features. With a spacious storage capacity, decent display, glass shell, and triple cameras, it makes a strong case for Huawei’s midrange. With that said, it had to compromise on battery life and settle for a chipset that struggles to perform when met with heavy apps. Beside’s the glossy plastic band, the entire phone is crafted out of glass, giving it a much more impressive feel than its price point suggests. All buttons are condensed to the right, which only consists of two razor-thin volume buttons and the power button. Huawei didn’t compromise on camera quality. Whilst the Huawei P30 Lite Sim Free may omit the cutting edge Periscope zoom camera — the P30 Pro’s hallmark feature — it still sports an impressive 24MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP depth sensor. Huawei P30 lite large of a storage capacity is almost unheard of in the mid-range sector: 256 GB of fast UFS 2.1 storage makes the Huawei P30 Lite almost unique. The Huawei P30 Lite is great value for money. Its camera, battery life, and speed are slightly pared-down versions. Huawei P30 Lite is the ideal choice, as it takes clear and sharp snaps both during the day and in low light. You can unlock the phone using either your finger or your faceIt would be strange to deny that it was Huawei whp introduced the spectacular iridescent backplates and gradient colors in the mobile segment. Now, this technique is used by many manufacturers. But even with all the colors, the blue-violet gradient of Huawei is easily recognizable. With this color, P30 Lite looks very good. The back nicely shimmers in the light and attracts a lot of attention to itself. In addition to everything else, the overflows are not vertical, but look rather like a wave, which only enhances the effect.  The cheapest model has a wider bezels around the screen and did without curved glass on the sidesIn addition to the bright cover, the bezel around the perimeter and the edging of the camera block are painted blue. By the way, the bezel is made of plastic, but it’s very difficult to distinguish it from the metal one. Only dielectric inserts for antennas give away the fact that it’s not metal. The tiny front camera sensor carries an impressive 32MP resolution. It works very well, and supports facial recognition. Although, without a proper depths sensor, it can only scan a 2D image and is therefore prone to spoofing using a picture of a person’s face. Because people looking in this category are likely to have wired headsets, our old friend 3.5mm headphone jack makes a triumphant appearance. A USB-C port and an underwhelming mono speaker sits in its parallel. For the P30 Lite, Huawei deployed a panel technology called LTPS, which carries superior pixel density but degrades faster than IPS displays. There are no complaints here; while its various specs couldn’t meet the rigorous demands of HDR, and its contrast can’t hold a candle to OLED, its colors are still plenty serviceable for everyday viewing.