In the past few weeks our eyes were glued on Huawei, and that happened because of the smartphone trio that was supposed to debut during a special event on April 6th. The event in case passed, and unfortunately just two devices were announced there, more precisely the Huawei P9 and Huawei P9 Plus.
From this picture the only device missing, is the Huawei P9 Lite – phone that in spite of its numerous appearances it still unnanounced. As you might know, this mid-range product is already listed by some retailers, like the Romanian website Cel.ro who’s currently selling the P9 Lite for a $304 price tag (dual-SIM variant with 2 GB of RAM memory on board).
Today we get to know that Huawei P9 Lite (SNV-L23) was certified by FCC, and this could mean that the official launch isn’t far away. As always, we notice some of the connectivity options included on this phone, like 4G LTE, WiFi and Bluetooth.
At the same time, thanks to a picture posted by FCC we see how the phone will look like, and where the fingerprint scanner lays.