Even more Huawei Mate 20 Lite renders detail the camera software & battery
Following in the footsteps of Huawei’s most recent designs, the Mate 20 Lite will make use of a tall 6.3-inch display that features a small notch up top. This is seemingly home to the in-ear speaker and two front-facing cameras that boast resolutions of 24 and 2-megapixels. Speaking of which, the 2-megapixel sensor also makes an appearance on the rear of the smartphone, below a main 20-megapixel camera. In regards to what kind of software enhancements can be expected, the selfie camera seemingly supports an HDR Pro mode that should help improve the overall look of photos. Additionally, rivaling both Apple’s Animoji and Samsung’s AR Emoji, the Mate 20 Lite will be capable of creating Qmoji that mimic a user’s facial expressions. Switching over to the rear, it’s worth noting that the camera will be backed up by artificial intelligence and will be capable of capturing slow-motion video at 480fps.
Moving away from the camera department, the renders also confirm a bottom-firing speaker and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Additionally, the smartphone has been equipped with a USB Type-C port that can be used to charge the larger-than-expected 3,750mAh battery – a previous certification listing listed a slightly smaller 3,650mAh pack.
As mentioned above, the Mate 20 series is expected to become official in the first half of October, with sales of the trio commencing later on that month. Once these do begin, the Mate 20 Lite should be available in black, blue, and pink.