Huawei P8 lite specs

The Huawei P8 lite is the latest entry from the Chinese manufacturer into the unlocked North American market. It's a solidly mid-range smartphone, with a 5-inch display at 720p, powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 610 processor. The one standout spec, however, isn't a good one — this phone is launching with Android 4.4.4.

Complete Huawei P8 lite specs

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Operating systemAndroid 4.4.4 KitKat, EMUI 3.0
Display5-inch IPS (720X1280) with Gorilla Glass 3
Rear camera13MP with ring flash, 1080p video @ 30 fps
Front camera5MP, 720p video @ 15 fps
ConnectivityGSM 850/900/1800/1900; UMTS B1/2/4/5; LTE L2/4/5/12/17; LTE CAT4
Wifi802.11 b/g/n
Battery2200 mAh
Storage16 GB (10GB available to user), microSD
Dimensions5.62 x 2.77 x 0.30 inches
Weight4.62 oz
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 615 MSM8939 @ 1.5GHz Octa-Core
Phil Nickinson
  • Great screen size. Other than that I wouldn't even give it the time of day. 2200 mah battery? My Nexus 5 battery is bigger and we all know how great of battery life the Nexus 5 gets. As for KitKat? I think it's better than Lollipop but yeah, updates to M might be a problem. I am also leery of using software from Huawei or any Chinese company.
  • I would (sort of) compare this to the Nexus 4 in terms of specs. Form factor and software however.... Posted via Oneplus One.. For now.
  • I could live with Kit Kat, and the battery should be better than a Nexus 5 with the lower res screen and newer processor.
  • Both the Alcatel Idol 3 and Zenfone 2 are much better buys at around the same price.
  • Both of those are 5.5 inch screens though.
  • So, you'd pay more for inferior specs to have a smaller, lower resolution screen? Both the Idol 3 and Zenfone 2 are very manageable for their size.
  • I am not really in the market today anyway, but yes I would buy a device that is 5 inches vs 5.5 even if the specs are significantly better.
  • I would take Kitkat over Lolipop any day; I really don't like bright, cartoonish color scheme used by Lollipop, plus Lolipop seems buggy, from both web reports, and trying out other people's devices. Posted via Android Central App
  • Will never get M Posted via the Android Central App
  • Having used this phone, I can tell you that is actually pretty great, especially the camera. And for only a 720p screen I was shocked how good it is