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Huawei has launched its P30 lite device in the South African market

Huawei has launched its P30 lite device in the South African market

Huawei has launched its P30 lite device in the South African market.

According to the Chinese-based smartphone brand, the Huawei P30 lite is the latest photography-focused triple-camera smartphone.

The Huawei P30 lite smartphone is equipped with three rear cameras with support for ultra-wide-angle photography and artificial intelligence (AI) features.

Huawei says the device enables young photography enthusiasts to capture professional-quality images on a smartphone.

The triple-camera setup comprises a 24MP main camera, an 8MP ultra-wide angle camera and a depth camera.

Inside the Huawei P30 lite, the AI mobile chipset Kirin 710 works in tandem with EMUI 9.0.1 and 128GB of internal storage.

Huawei claims the P30 series is the first smartphone range to feature a 32MP selfie camera. It adds the smartphone is designed for young consumers who enjoy photography and sharing their work with friends and family.

The Huawei P30 lite is available in two colours: Midnight Black and Peacock Blue.

It features a 6.15-inch (15.62cm) display with a screen resolution of 1 080 x 2 312 pixels and runs on the Android v9.0 (Pie) operating system.

The device is powered by Octa core (2.2GHz, Quad core, Cortex A73 + 1.7GHz, Quad core, Cortex A53) processor paired with 6GB of RAM.

The new Huawei P30 lite is available now at Vodacom, MTN, Telkom and Cell C stores, and retails at R5 999.

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