The P8 Lite is a decent budget handset that manages a premium-looking design and adequate performance.
The phone comes with a 5.20-inch touchscreen display with a resolution of 1080 pixels by 1920 pixels.
Announced in Available June 2015
The Device has a smooth, curved composition that isn’t entirely dissimilar to the more expensive Samsung Galaxy A5. Its 5.2-inch frame is comfortable to hold, and it looks attractive. Flip the device over to see the complete glass back, which is very Google Pixel.
Designed with Plastic. It comes in White, Black, Gold color variants
The P8 Lite runs Android 7 “Nougat”, which is the latest version of the OS. Not surprising, running atop Android 7 is Huawei’s own Emotion UI. Yea mainly people do complain about the Huawei’s Emotion UI but believe me when I say that the latest version, 5 offers a huge improvement on what’s come before.
The device has many more options, which includes the addition of an app drawer, lots of home screen and notification pane customization, and all the best bits of Android 7 – including better notifications.
The P8 Lite’s 12-megapixel rear-facing camera is enough for a phone. Shots taken in daylight look good, but anything taken indoors or in non-ideal lighting conditions loses clarity and detail.
The 5MP camera on the P8 Lite is good enough for a normal person. When the camera is switched on the phone goes to the “Beauty” mode, which uses some software to give you more of a glow, and smooth out your skin. Unfortunately, the software can’t save all of us.
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