It's no secret that parallel to its top-end P8 model, set to debut on April 15, Huawei is working on a smaller, more affordable device. Part of the P8 family, the P8 Lite went as far as receiving TENAA certification, without any official word from the company.
Now, a sample unit has apparently fallen into the hands of a user, keen to share. The four live images of the P8 Lite reveal both the black and white version, front and back.
The dual-SIM handset is reported to sport a 5-inch 720p screen, and be powered by a 1.2GHz octa-core processor, joined by 2GB of RAM. A 13MP/5MP imaging combo will be on board, and the phone will boot EmotionUI-skinned Android 5.0.
The images are about as revealing as the one's in the Chinese authority's listing, which is to say - not much. What they do tell us, is that the smartphone is real and is on its way. Perhaps we could expect it to be announced alongside its bigger brother merely a few days from now.
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not as such the white one looks like a glossy version as the black one is brushed aluminium, the main difference being the logo on the white one since that phone would be the same phone although a specific carrier / phone network version, two the onl...