Huawei fans already have a huge choice of devices but now there’s another phone that’s joining the ever-growing range.
The new P30 Lite has just gone on sale and offers some pretty impressive specs at a very low price.
In fact, this new smartphone costs just £329 SIM-free and can be picked up on contract for as little as £16 per month with no upfront fee.
For your money, you’ll get a device that includes 6.15-inch FullView display, large 3,340mAh battery, fast Kirin 710 processor and a triple rear camera on the rear.
This trio of cameras offers numerous photographic treats such as an Ultra-Wide Angle lens and improved images when taken at night.
Speaking about the P30 Lite, Walter Ji, President of Huawei’s Consumer Business Group for the Western European Region, said: “Last year we launched an industry first triple lens camera on our flagship phones which included an ultra-wide angle lens.
“Today we launch this with the HUAWEI P30 lite giving people even more tools to explore creative possibilities.
“This is our next step in providing consumers with the best possible smartphone camera experience and bring meaningful innovation to every person in the world.“
If those specs don’t sound up to scratch then there are plenty of other options from Huawei with the new P30 Pro offering the ultimate experience and last year’s P20 Pro now cut in price to a new low.
There’s no question that the new P30 Pro is one of the best phones of the year but at £899 it’s also one of the most expensive.
For your money, you get a fast Kirin 980 processor, huge 4,200mAh battery and a market-leading quadruple camera which brings improved zoom and night photography to this phone.
If £899 sounds a bit steep then the P20 Pro is still a very good option.
This 2018 flagship packs plenty of technology inside its shell including a triple rear camera, huge 4,000mAh battery and a fast Kirn 970 processor.
Retailers including Argos, Currys and John Lewis have all slashed prices of this device with it now available for just £529 – that’s over £200 less than when it first went on sale.
Published at Sun, 12 May 2019 06:00:00 +0000