Huawei has announced a stripped-down version of its flagship P10 smartphone, called the P10 Lite, releasing it at the mid-range price of £299.
Not surprisingly, the P10 Lite shares a lot of similarities with the Huawei P10. It is powered by an octa-core microprocessor (albeit a Kirin 658 chip, compared to the beefier Kirin 960 inside the P10 and P10 Plus), 4GB of RAM and a 1080p Full HD display that's slightly bigger than the flagship's at 5.2in.
While it retains the same 8MP front-facing camera, the Huawei P10's dual-lens Leica camera has been switched out for a lesser-specced 12MP single-lens offering.
The Huawei P10 Lite also boasts a similar design to its flagship sibling and will arrive crafted from the same high-end glass and metal. However, the home button has been discarded and the fingerprint scanner moved to the rear of the phone, similar to that found on last year's Huawei P9.
Elsewhere you'll find a 3,000mAh battery that supports fast charging, which Huawei claims will give you 43 per cent battery charge in just 30 minutes. However, it also comes with Huawei's guff-filled EMUI 5.1 custom skin on top of Google's Android 7.0 Nougat software.
The Huawei P10 Lite is Huawei's first cut-price smartphone to feature the company's Knuckle Sense technology, which enables users to tap your knuckle on the screen to activate shortcuts, such as taking a screenshot.
The phone has launched in black and gold colours, with Huawei promising that more options will be coming soon.
The Huawei P10 Lite is available to order now for £299 SIM-free, making it much more affordable than the £549 Huawei P10 and £649 P10 Plus.
It's also available to pick up at EE from £30.99 per month, and will be coming to Carphone Warehouse and Vodafone soon, according to Huawei.
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