Huawei has announced the arrival of the new Huawei P Smart 2019 in South Africa, targeting the mid-tier as aggressively as its flagship phones have tackled the high end. As the successor to the popular P Smart, launched in 2017, it incorporates
It features the new Dewdrop Display, which drastically reduces the size of the notch (many other manufacturers are still struggling to find a solution to this problem) and the more powerful octa-core Kirin 710 chipset.
A more expansive viewing area is made possible by the 6.21-inch 19.5:9 HUAWEI Dewdrop Display. Besides a physically larger screen, the new Huawei smartphone replaces the upper bezel with an unobtrusive pearl-shaped notch that houses the front camera, and completely removes the lower bezel. This allows the display to achieve an almost bezel-less face.
The P Smart 2019 also features a new TÜV Rheinland-certified Eye Comfort Mode, which effectively filters out high-energy blue light, linked to eye fatigue and disrupted sleep cycles.
Click here to read about the handset’s AI Dual Camera and other features.
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