Huawei has given the P Smart 2019 a bigger brother, in the form of the P Smart+. It gets a triple lens camera setup to boost the mobile photography experience.
Huawei has released the phone with the intention of giving younger consumers access to similar functionality as that of more expensive handsets on the market, such as Huawei’s P20 Pro or the Mate 20 Pro.
Screen wise, the P Smart+ 2019 has a 6.21-inch dewdrop LCD display with a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels and a 89% screen-to-body ratio.
The P Smart+ 2019 camera layout comprises a 24-megapixel primary camera, coupled with a 16-megapixel ultra wide one. A third 2-megapixel sensor is exclusively used for bokeh effects.
Up front is an 8-megapixel selfie camera, with all cameras supported by AI technology to offer enhanced scene detection, AI stabilisation (for tripod-free long exposure shots) and more – including 480 frames per second slow motion video.
Like the existing P Smart, the P Smart+ 2019 is powered by Huawei’s own Kirin 710 chipset, complete with GPU Turbo 2.0. It also has 3GB of RAM.
The phone comes with 64GB of storage, which is expandable with memory cards, and a 3,400mAh battery.
It’s worth noting that the handset is listed as NOT having NFC support – so will not suit those who wish to take advantage of Google Pay.
Likewise, the phone also has a micro USB connector instead of USB-C.
The P Smart+ 2019 is available now in starlight blue or midnight black colours, with a price to be announced, but hopefully not too much more than the regular sub-£200 P Smart 2019.
More info: Huawei website