Pictures of the Huawei P9 Lite leaked

We have been hearing rumors of a ‘Lite’ variant of the Huawei P9 from quite some time now, however the company didn’t unveiled any smartphone of such kind even though the Huawei P9 and P9 Plus were officially launched yesterday. Nevertheless, leaks of the P9 Lite are still piling up one on another.

Apparently the smartphone will sport a 5.2 inch 1080 x 1920 Full HD display. Although the chipset is still a mystery, we are expecting to see two different variants of RAM – 2GB and 3GB. In addition to that, rumors suggest a 16 GB internal storage capacity which supports expansion upto 128GB via microSD slot. You’d be wondering about the ‘Lite’ suffix by now, well guys the smartphone most probably got this title owing to its camera department. This particular variant won’t be featuring the Leica Dual Camera System we saw in the P9 and P9 Plus. Instead, P9 Lite will carry a single non-Leica 13 megapixel camera on its back, while a 8 megapixel front facing shooter will be available for selfies and video chats. Other features include a finger print scanner and a 3000 mAh battery. The smartphone will come standard in three different colour variants – White, Black and Rose Gold.

Although the price and availability of the handset is still unknown, we bring you a bunch of leaked pictures of the Huawei P9 Lite. Please have a look:

See also: First official teaser of the upcoming Meizu Pro 6 surfaces

For those who don’t about the Leica lens which weren’t featured in the Lite sibling of the P9 series, it is a combination of identical 12 megapixel dual camera setup. Both of Leica’s rear shooters come with 1.25-micron pixel size and a wide F/2.2 aperture. One of the two optics is used to capture colored pictures, while the other works in monochrome. This monochrome camera is used to snap pictures in black and white while sensing lighting conditions for enhanced and accurate results.

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