Huawei P10 Lite Pays A Visit To Geekbench, 4GB Of RAM In Tow

The Huawei P10 Lite has just surfaced yet again, this time around, it popped up on Geekbench. The company’s upcoming mid-ranger paid a visit to Geekbench, and as part of the process, it revealed some spec info, and also its benchmarking results. According to this listing, the Huawei P10 Lite will be fueled by one of Huawei’s Kirin SoCs clocked at 1.71GHz, which we presume is a mid-range processor (probably Kirin 655), and the phone will ship with 4GB of RAM. Android 7.0 Nougat will come pre-installed on the device, and on top of it, you’ll get Huawei’s Emotion UI (EMUI) 5.0 Android skin.

The Huawei P10 Lite managed to score 779 points in the single-core benchmark, while it hit 3.023 points in the multi-core test. This listing dates back to January 29th, which was only a couple of days ago. Now, this is not the first time we’re seeing the Huawei P10 Lite, the device got certified by TENAA (China’s equivalent to the FCC) over a week ago, well, the alleged Huawei P10 Lite got certified by TENAA. TENAA actually shared quite a bit of info when it comes to this smartphone, though it reported that the device’s SoC will be clocked at 2.1GHz, not 1.71GHz as Geekbench reported. In any case, you can expect this smartphone to sport a 5.2-inch fullHD (1920 x 1080) display, a 2,900mAh battery and a 12-megapixel shooter on its back. An 8-megapixel camera will be included on the front side of this smartphone, while Huawei plans to include 64GB of storage into their upcoming mid-ranger. The Huawei P10 Lite is said to measure 146.5 x 72 x 7.2mm, while it will weigh 146 grams.

Huawei still did not release the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Plus, those two flagship handsets will arrive in the coming weeks, maybe even during the upcoming Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona. In any case, the Huawei P10 Lite will probably land soon after the Huawei P10 and Huawei P10 Lite, though it is also possible that Huawei might opt to release all three Huawei P10 devices at the same time, even though that's not that exactly likely to happen.

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