Here at MobilityArena, we are always looking for smartphones that give you the best bang for your money. Today, our focus is on the Huawei P Smart, a mid-range phone that offers you some high-end features and specs.
The P Smart brings to the able a 5.65-inch edge-to-edge display slapped on an Aluminum body, dual rear camera, and a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner. It offers 3GB and 4GB RAM options, and has a 3,000mAh battery. You have a mix-match between the Honor 7X, Huawei Mate 10 Lite and the P10 Lite at a sweet price.
In terms of build, the P Smart is a beautiful smartphone. And that is only the beginning.
The dual camera combines a 13 megapixel + 2 megapixel lens and can create those bokeh effects everyone loves to show off. The selfie camera is an 8 megapixel unit.
What kind of performance should you expect from the Huawei P Smart? It is equipped with a HiSilicon Kirin 659 processor, and runs Android 8.0 Oreo. As such, it isn’t strange that the phone’s performance is very good. The 3GB RAM variant comes with 32GB internal storage, while the 4GB RAM variant has 64GB storage.
Performance is in the same class as what the Honor 7X and Huawei Mate 10 Lite offer, so if you are familiar with those devices, you have a good picture. The Mate 10 Lite is a respectable device, and the P Smart manages to pack much of what it offers at a much lower cost.
Huawei P Smart Price
So, how much does the P Smart cost? You are getting mostly flagship features on this phone for a modest price of around $214 or NGN75,000 for the 4GB RAM variant. You will be able to buy the 3GB RAM version for less – about $195 or NGN68,000.
The Huawei P SMart looks and performs like it costs NGN200,000. It is a smartphone that looks really good and gets the job done at a modest price. It is a steal, really. This is perhaps the most value-for-money Huawei smartphone out there at the moment.
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