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Huawei continues to launch ‘old and new’ phones to circumvent the law, but this move is about to end

As the name implies, this device is a remake of the P30 Lite launched in early 2019.

In terms of design, it looks exactly like the Huawei P30 Lite version 2019. Even the colors are the same, including: black (Midnight Black), white (Pearl White), blue (Peacock Blue), and silver (Breathing Crystal).

The real difference between the new and old versions is the amount of RAM and internal memory. Previously, the most popular variant of the P30 Lite was only 4GB of RAM, but the new version will have 6GB of RAM. Similarly, all variants of the P30 Lite 2019 version have the highest internal memory of 128GB, while the new version is 256GB.

Except for these two differences, Huawei P30 Lite New Edition is no different from the phone that the company launched in 2019. Similar in design, processor, screen resolution, camera … Important Best of all, the P30 Lite New Edition, like the original, is still fully equipped with the Google suite of apps.

That’s actually the main reason Huawei has released a new version. As you know, the certificate allows the use of Google apps that are tied to the smartphone’s code, meaning Huawei could legally re-launch with that phone but with a different design and configuration. change slightly without violating the ban imposed by the US government on the company. The new version of P30 Lite can be said to be a temporary solution to this ban, because it allows the company to launch a new device with the full Google application, thereby showing consumers The company is still performing well and still regularly launching new smartphone models.

Huawei P30 Lite New Edition will go on sale in the UK from January 15, priced at about $ 389, and will soon be sold in other markets.

This is not the first time Huawei has launched a device that is “refreshed” slightly from the original since the US government’s Huawei ban went into effect. At the end of 2019, it launched the P30 Pro with new colors, and then the Honor 9X – basically just the Honor P Smart Z renamed. Obviously, the Chinese company can only do this for a short time before the “new” devices become obsolete, unable to re-launch again.

However, the upcoming Huawei P40 Pro is likely not five of these. All signs suggest that Huawei will launch a completely new phone, without Google apps, just like they did with the Mate 30 series.

Reference: AndroidAuthority

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