The P10 Lite isn't very different to last year's P9 Lite, and that's a good thing. Huawei have taken the best mid-range phone of 2016, made it slimmer, updated it to the latest Android version, and doubled the memory to 32GB. They've kept the price the same, and in so doing have produced the stand-out mid-range phone of 2017 so far.
A good mid-range option for those on a budget. The Huawei P10 lite certainly ticks a lot of the right boxes for a mid-range device. It's thin, has a good sized battery, and offers reasonable performance, all on a budget.
The P10 Lite is well built, offers a great user experience and performs well. Its camera is reliable but needs work in some key areas to be truly great and the price tag places it within firing range of the excellent Moto G5 Plus.
The Huawei P10 Lite is one intriguing mid-range contender. If you like and can handle EMUI and you do prefer Huawei's design over its rivals, by all means yes. This is one complete phone that offers great value for your money, so we can't help but give it the thumbs up.
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We've used Flickr to find a selection of pictures taken by the Huawei P10 Lite camera. Here is a selection of photos taken by users from around the world so you can see what kind of picture quality you can expect from real-world use of the Huawei P10 Lite.
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