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Huawei P20 Lite leaks in two hands-on videos ahead of March 27 launch

Huawei P20 Lite
Huawei P20 Lite (Image credit: Android Central)

Huawei will announce its P20 series on March 27 in Paris, but as is the norm for this industry, we already know a lot about what it'll bring to the table thanks to relentless leaks and rumors. Most recently, the P20 Lite was the star of two fairly extensive hands-on videos.

First off, Android World Italy spotted a YouTube video in which a man in Italy demos a P20 Lite at a retail store. We've gotten multiple tips that the phone's already gone official in the country, and this clip seems to confirm that.

Right in line with other leaks we've seen, the P20 Lite will have a glass back, dual rear cameras, and a notch at the top of its screen. The video shows that the phone has 4GB of RAM and that you'll be able to record footage at a max resolution of 1080p Full HD, but that's about it in regards to raw specs.

As if that 2 minute and 11-second clip wasn't enough, HDBlog.it also uploaded another hands-on video that weighs in at 8 minutes and 29 seconds. This one is presented in Italian rather than English like the one above, and pricing for the P20 Lite is reportedly set at €369 – a little more than $450 USD.

Based on everything we know so far about this phone, are you excited for the Huawei P20 Lite?

This is what the Huawei P20, P20 Lite, and P20 Pro will look like

Joe Maring was a Senior Editor for Android Central between 2017 and 2021. You can reach him on Twitter at @JoeMaring1.

7 Comments
  • Oh great another notch.
  • Lol I know. It's so crazy how these OEMSs are so unoriginal.
  • Notch + No Chin = OK Notch + Big Chin = NO!!!
  • No chin and a little forehead great! No notch ever!
  • Keep it over there
  • They need to sort their icons out to make them match the rest of the UI.
  • Personally I'm not a big fan of the notch but I don't think that "the notch" is that bad if it's done like it is on this phone, not to big and holds just the earpiece, FFC and sensors. That was the issue with the iPhone X, the notch was way too big and had a lot of wasted space at the top of apps.