The Huawei P30 lite that debuted in India last month is now on sale in the country. It's priced at INR19,990 ($286) for the 4GB/128GB variant, with the 6GB/128GB model carrying a price tag of INR22,990 ($328). It's available for purchase through Amazon.in.
The P30 lite is powered by Kirin 710 SoC and runs EMUI 9 out-of-the-box. It flaunts a 6.15-inch FHD+ LCD on the front along with a 32MP selfie shooter, and boasts a triple camera setup at the back consisting of 24MP, 8MP, and 2MP units.
The P30 lite is offered in Midnight Black and Peacock Blue colors, and it ships with a 3,340 mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.
Hmmm grats thats 256 euros. Here in Slovakia the lowest possible price for that phone ive found is 323 euros and the highest among 80 different shops is 381 euros.
It's their own chip so why not use it and keep more profits themselves? I predict they will develop at least two more kirins for entry and low end phones. They can probably also squeeze more effeciency and power out of those soc's as they desig...
Huawei really can't stop milking that kirin 710