Published On: Mon, Nov 13th, 2017

Huawei Mate 10 Lite Launched in Pakistan


Huawei Mate 10 LiteHuawei Mate 10 Lite is the world’s first smartphone that has four cameras. It was been recently launched in Pakistan. It is now also available in the popular color, which is the Aurora Blue.

Huawei Mate 10 Lite has received a very good response from the market. Let’s have a look at the features of this new smartphone.


The smartphone has gained more interest in the market because of the four cameras it has and the new color that is Aurora Blue. It gives a delightful photography experience, and 5.9” Full view display.

It has 13 MP front camera and 16 MP back camera, each paired with a secondary 2MP camera to capture amazing photos including selfies.

Hardware and software

It has 8-core Kirin 659 chipset and 4GB RAM, which provides a fast user experience. Furthermore, it has 64GB of internal storage that lets user to stock all photos, music, and other documents. Software of the Huawei Mate 10 is Android 7-based EMUI 5.1 and it provides a user friendly Android experience. The CPU is 4x 2.36 GHz + 4x 1.7 GHz Cortex-A53. It also has a figure scanner.

Moreover, the smartphone has a good battery life, which is 3340 mAh battery. It can easily survive 2 days of normal use.

Blueking, General Manager, Huawei Consumer Business Group Pakistan said “We know what’s essential for today’s consumers, and we created a new device that packs powerful features to keep up. Designed to help you engage with everyone, wherever they are in the world, the Huawei Mate 10 lite sets a new standard in innovation with its incredible performance, stylish design, and four cameras. And now, this magnificent device is available is the most popular color in the market, Aurora Blue.”

Huawei has one of Pakistan’s beloved actresses Urwa Hocane as its brand ambassador. She has found Huawei Mate 10 Lite to be the flawless for taking outstanding selfies. It is priced at 29,999.

About the Author

- Junaid Ashraf has a Master of Philosophy degree in government and public policy. He has international publications through Taylor & Francis, a leading British publishing body. He regularly write columns for newspapers. His interests include international political economy, geopolitics and good governance. He writes for Asia Times.