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HUAWEI P40 Lite E - 6.39", Kirin 710, 4GB + 64GB, Triple IA 48MP Camera, 4000mAh Battery £164.01 (£158.83 w fee free card @ Amazon ES
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HUAWEI P40 Lite E - 6.39", Kirin 710, 4GB + 64GB, Triple IA 48MP Camera, 4000mAh Battery £164.01 (£158.83 w fee free card @ Amazon ES

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Posted 8th May
  • HUAWEI P40 lite E Triple 48MP AI Camera is your personal photo studio with 3 smart rear cameras 48MP Main Camera, 8MP Ultra Wide Angle Camera and 2MP Depth Camera show all details clearly and let you see further more wide and clear
  • FullView display With a 6 39 "FullView display HUAWEI P40 lite E offers a wider view with a 90 to 15% screen ratio for a fully immersive experience
  • Large capacity battery With its powerful 4200 mAh battery you will spend the day on a single charge
  • Outstanding Performance Equipped with the Kirin 810 chip that brings its own formidable technological arsenal HUAWEI P40 Lite E is equipped with 4 GB of RAM and a 64 GB internal memory of ROM expandable up to 512 GB
  • Fast Smooth Smart HUAWEI's self-developed full scenario acceleration engine performs multiple optimizations and delivers a smooth, lag-free experience Smartphone always works like new
  • The product comes with Android 10 AOSP and Huawei Mobile Services (HMS). It does not contain pre-installed Google services (GMS) such as Google Play Store Gmail YouTube Google Maps etc.
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Woops just realised the E and the regular Lite are different

Quick look, in English:

Unboxing, in Greek
Problem is no Google store same for the p40 lite
Shaneee08/05/2020 17:29

Problem is no Google store same for the p40 lite


Can you install it yourself? Been doing that on fire tablets foe years but sometimes it can run into trouble. But also might mean banking apps won't work if not seen as authorised phone.
jameshothothot08/05/2020 19:14

Can you install it yourself? Been doing that on fire tablets foe years but …Can you install it yourself? Been doing that on fire tablets foe years but sometimes it can run into trouble. But also might mean banking apps won't work if not seen as authorised phone.


Yep you can, had it for a week
You could use Apt**de but there's a lot of rogue apps on there. Only really recommended if you're confident about what you're downloading.
GSMArena lists the P40 Lite E as being Kirin 710 unlike the description from Amazon.es
However, the OP's title is correct.
gsmarena.com/com…112
With the PHonor 9X in there as well as it also has the Kirin 710 and they've reviewed it.
Quite a big performance difference. A73 vs A76 and 12nm vs 7nm so not unexpected.
louiselouise08/05/2020 19:38

You could use Apt**de but there's a lot of rogue apps on there. Only …You could use Apt**de but there's a lot of rogue apps on there. Only really recommended if you're confident about what you're downloading.


Didn't they have a big data breach revealed recently?
Omnivoracity09/05/2020 15:03

Didn't they have a big data breach revealed recently?



No idea, not used it for a long time.

Edit: Google comes up with this: cisomag.com/apt…ly/
Edited by: "louiselouise" 9th May
Anybody using this for banking apps successfully? I would love to own a Huawei phone (as I have been told they are good phones) but worried about some of my apps not working on it. Thanks.
Robiesanta19/05/2020 13:13

Anybody using this for banking apps successfully? I would love to own a …Anybody using this for banking apps successfully? I would love to own a Huawei phone (as I have been told they are good phones) but worried about some of my apps not working on it. Thanks.


I've had Google services on my p40 pro now for a fortnight, no problems with banking apps, I use nationwide and MBNA.
gadger19/05/2020 16:28

I've had Google services on my p40 pro now for a fortnight, no problems …I've had Google services on my p40 pro now for a fortnight, no problems with banking apps, I use nationwide and MBNA.


Thank you for clearing that up. I was worried about banking apps specifically as we can get google play ourselves (I think).
gadger20/05/2020 20:53

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Thanks. I will have to check out the videos.
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