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Detailed review for Huawei P30 Lite

If you are not interested in the notch, you can hide it. Of course, the screen is not the best we can see, but the P30 Lite does great when providing such a good-quality screen for an affordable cost.

Screen

The Huawei P30 Lite’s Full HD+ display is measured at 6.15 inches, which is an ideal size to balance both immersion and manageability. It has a long screen due to its 19:5:9 aspect ratio with light bezels and a water droplet notch placed at the top, where you can see the selfie camera.

Its screen is acceptable for the price, with a resolution of 1080 x 2321 and still keeps the Full HD+ resolution that you can find from the flagship P30 Pro. However, the brand changes the AMOLED screen technology to the LCD one.

LCD screens may show less depth in comparison with AMOLED ones but it also offers a rather good clarity. On the P30 Lite display, viewing angles and the brightness levels are strong enough, and with a pixel density of 415 pixels per inch, it is better than the iPhone XR.

Regarding color accuracy and white balance, the default display calibration owns a marked blue tinge to it. There are display calibration settings, a blue light filter, thus users are able to alter its hue according to their own preferences.

If you are not interested in the notch, you can hide it. Of course, the screen is not the best we can see, but the P30 Lite does great when providing such a good-quality screen for an affordable cost.

Battery life

The Huawei P30 Lite’s battery is also good while not being exceptional. Its capacity is powered by a 3,340mAh, which is suitable for a medium sized screen and mid-range power needs.

Huawei also provides users with a lot of optimization tools integrated into the settings which will limit background processors, turn off unnecessary connectivity features and notify you to the apps that make your battery drain.

The phone can last a day with normal use such as capturing pictures sometimes, hot-spotting and streaming video occasionally. Moreover, 90 minutes of full-brightness Full HD video playback would drain it by 18%. This is fair while not being a great battery life. If you are a more intensive user, you may need to recharge some times during the day.

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