A TENAA listing for the Huawei P30 Lite TENAA

The Huawei P30 Lite has passed through Chinese communications commission TENAA, giving us some clues as to what the upcoming device will look like (via MySmartPrice).

The listing reveals the handset will come with a rear camera setup, rear fingerprint scanner, and what we suspect is a waterdrop style notch (you can make out the front camera sensor at the top center of the device with the brightness turned up).

It looks like a pleasingly slimline, metal device, though you’ll see the camera module protrudes slightly in the images below.

A TENAA listing for the Huawei P30 LiteTENAA

Huawei’s Lite models usually launch a little after the main P-series devices as a lower-cost option. The Lite models tend not to have much in common with the other phones in terms of specs, though they display physical similarities and software. The latest rumors suggest the P30 and P30 Pro will also have waterdrop notches and triple rear cameras like the P30 Lite, while last year’s Huawei P20 Lite shipped with a lesser chipset, cameras, RAM, and display, compared to the P20 standard. Huawei will probably take a similar approach to specs on the three devices this year.

The P30 series smartphones are set to launch March 26 in Paris. It’s likely the P30, P30 Pro, and P30 Lite will appear there, though the lineup hasn’t been confirmed (the Lite model might still be saved for a later date).

For more on what Huawei has been up to lately, check out our coverage of its upcoming foldable smartphone, the Huawei Mate X.

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