Huawei last year unveiled the Mate 10 Lite shortly after the Mate 10 and Mate 10 Pro. That trend is set to continue with the Mate 20 as the Chinese company has got the device in the works. The Mate 10 Lite was reportedly certified in China recently gifting us some of its specs.
The GeenBench version comes with the model number Huawei SNE-LX1. The Mate 20 Lite is expected to be powered by a Kirin 710 chipset and even though this wasn`t categorically listed, it can be seen in the single-threaded performance of the Mate 20 Lite. When compared with the Nova 3i which packs the same chipset, the single core test score is similar. Although the multi-threaded score is slightly different, one reason proffered for this is the pre-release status of the software.
Further, the Mate 20 Lite also appeared on TENAA with a Kirin 710 chip onboard. However, the TENAA model is equipped with 6GB of RAM while the GeekBench version packs 4GB of RAM onboard. That is probably an indication that the Mate 20 Lite will be available in multiple versions.