Pretty Huawei P8 Lite reveals itself in live shots

Pretty Huawei P8 Lite reveals itself in live shots
We have a soft spot for Huawei's stylish and understated high-end smartphones here at PA, so seeing the new Huawei P8 Lite show up in live photos made our day all the better! The P8 Lite is like a little brother to the flagship Huawei P8, whose announcement is coming near, seeing that press renders of both and TENAA certification details of the P8 Lite have been leaked recently, and Huawei itself is having an April 15 launch event.

It seems the Huawei P8 Lite will continue the Chinese vendor's simple, but sophisticated metal and glass design. The smartphone is pictured in white and black, with both versions sporting rather thin side screen bezels, a camera on the top left corner, and a dual-tone LED flash right next to it.

Specs-wise, the Huawei P8 Lite is expected to feature a 1.2GHz octa-core processor of Huawei's making, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of expandable storage. A 5-inch 720p display is adorning the front, while the cameras measure 13MP on the back and 5MP front-side.

Obviously, design and dimensions are stronger points for the device rather than raw specs. The P8 Lite measures a compact 5.62 x 2.78 x 0.30in (143 × 70.6 × 7.7mm) and weights 4.62oz (131g) - lite indeed!

We'll be seeing more of Huawei and the P8 / P8 Lite pretty soon, on April 15. Tune in to hear the news as they drop!

via GizmoChina



1. Kruze

Posts: 1285; Member since: Dec 30, 2014

Not bad for a mid-ranger.

2. Randy_g

Posts: 70; Member since: Jul 10, 2014

The p7 looked better

3. Ghost04

Posts: 522; Member since: May 03, 2014

Didn't PA posted the same images yesterday .

4. Simona unregistered

PPl u realized how ON purpose mobile sites promoting samsung or sony or lg or apple in nice clear pictures of their phones but when it comes to huawei they wanna put sht on it black it so they putting horrible pictures to discourage from be interesting !!

5. Chuck007

Posts: 1411; Member since: Mar 02, 2014

When I first saw the P7, I was delighted how a Chinese oem can finally come up with their own design cues. Seeing the P8, I can't help but be disappointed.

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