- Analysis by Christelle Nina
At 5.2 inches, the Huawei P10 lite doesn't miss out on a competitive display. Sporting a 1080p screen resolution, it ends up with a reasonably-high pixel density of 424DPI (which is higher than what the iPhone 7 offers). The 2.5D curved glass finish covering its facade also gives it a modern and premium look.
Its hardware is also one of its main pros. An octa-core Kirin 658 CPU keeps things up and running alongside an i5 co-processor. It runs at an encouraging maximum clock speed of 2.1GHz , which is assisted by 3GB of RAM (or 4GB, depending on the version).
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A 3000mAh battery seems decent for its subcategory, and this is assisted by Smart Power-Saving 5.0 . Despite having an uncompromised battery, it's not bulky at all (compared to similar models) at 7.2mm. This thin profile pleasantly complements its premium-looking glass-and-metal exterior .
As for camera pros and cons, the P10 lite skips on the Leica-powered cameras present in the rest of the P10 lineup. In terms of resolution alone, it is not as competitive as many of its colleagues when it comes to its 12-megapixel main image shooter . Being able to record 4K videos would also have been nice, but it sticks to a max video resolution of 1080p . A redeeming feature, on the other hand, is its autofocus-equipped 8-megapixel selfie cam .
The P10 lite looks like one promising mid-ranger based on this pros and cons review. It does miss out on striking camera features, but it seems well-equipped as far as the rest of its specs are concerned.
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** This phone is also known as: P10 lite Huawei, Huawei P10 Light
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