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Huawei has been in development for quite some time. After the unveiling of the Huawei Mate 10 Pro with a suggested price around 900 Euros, people’s faith on the manufacturer wavered a little. Realizing that the price tag was a bit exorbitant, Huawei most probably released a much more affordable variant, ergo, the Huawei Mate 10 Lite.
The Mate 10 comes packed with a 5.9-inch IPS LCD display and 16M color gamut. It also has a screen-to-body ratio of 76.7% which, is quite impressive, to say the least. The screen appears to much bigger and wider and watching movies has never been such a fun experience. The material at the back doesn’t seem like plastic. With a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels and a pixel density of 407ppi, the Mate 10 competes quite nicely in the market.
The display of the phone is not AMOLED as was expected, but is IPS LCD capacitive with a resolution of 1080 x 2160 pixels. The aspect ratio of the device is 18:9 with a rather low pixel density of 409 ppi. The display would support 10-point mutitouch and a 16M colour gamut. Just like the Mate 10 Pro, the pixel density is low and would tend to be problematic for sunlight legibility.
Under the hood, the Huawei Mate 10 Lite sports an octa-core HiSilicon Kirin 659 processor, a name we aren’t quite acquainted with. To put it simply, the Kirin 659 is the equivalent of the Snapdragon 821 processor. Performance alternates between the high powered 2.36GHz cortex A-53 and low powered depending upon the task at hand. According to the benchmarks results, the processor is well-suited to handle heavy loads of task, which includes some hardcore gaming. Moving on, the Mate 10 Lite also has external memory card support, up to 256GB and an internal memory of 64GB along with 4GB of RAM.
The device looks quite impressive on pen and paper. For a mid-range device, the smartphone looks quite impressive. What remains is to see an actual demonstration in real life.
The Mate 10 Lite sports dual rear and front cameras, mainly a 16 and a 2 megapixel postioned at back and front. The rear camera supports autofocus, phase detection, geo-tagging, smile detection, HDR, panorama and much more.Video recording is supported at 1080p@30fps, which is a bit downer. Many devices offer 60fps video recording options, and it is something that was highly anticipated in the Mate 10 Lite as well.
MP4 and H.264 format videos are supported and many others may be added to the list later on. In terms of music MP3, eAAC+ and WAV formats are supported as well.
The device has a non-removable 3240 mAh battery along with a fingerprint sensor. Battery seems to be sub-optimal since a 5.9-inch device requires some more juice to make it last a whole day.
The Mate 10 Lite also has a hybrid Nano-sim slot and supports 4G LTE as well. Other than that, there will be wifi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ ac, GPS w/ A-GPS, GLONASS, Bluetooth (v4.2 or higher), and possibly NFC (universal). For wired connectivity, we are speculating the device to have microUSB 2.0 port, but Huawei may just surprise us with a USB-C.
The array of sensors will be including a proximity sensor, hall sensor, fingerprint scanner, gyroscopic sensor and a digital compass.
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