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Huawei P Smart Z listed on Amazon Italy before its Official Release

Huawei P Smart Z listed on Amazon Italy before its Official Release
Huawei P Smart Z listed on Amazon Italy before its Official Release

Huawei is having trouble maintaining its forthcoming smartphone the P Smart Z, under wraps. The smartphone had surfaced last month and thanks to a leaked media leave, we have a reasonable idea of the way the smartphone will look like. Now, the smartphone has popped up again, now on Amazon Italy, subsequently showing more specifications in addition to its cost. Set to combine with the Huawei P Smart (2019) and P Smart+ (2019), the telephone is expected to be announced shortly.

In accordance with the Amazon listing, the forthcoming Huawei P Smart Z is going to be offered in 3 color choices and will carry a cost of EUR 279, which will be greater compared to the EUR 210 (approximately Rs. 16,200) cost that had discharged before. The list also affirms the existence of Kirin 710 SoC, 4GB RAM, and 6.59-inch full-HD+ screen using a 19:9 aspect ratio.

Huawei P Smart Z’s Amazon list also cites the double camera setup in the rear, which houses a 16-megapixel main camera detector using an f/1.8 lens plus a secondary 2-megapixel camera. The pop-up selfie camera has been recorded for a 16-megapixel sensor using an f/2.2 lens. What’s more, the telephone will package a 4000mAh battery plus a USB Type-C port. The phone weighs 196.8 g and has a double Nano SIM slot with support for 4G in addition to VoLTE. The telephone can also be thought to be arriving with a microSD card slot (up to 512GB).

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The Huawei P Smart Z has also made a look on Geekbench, which reveals it containing an octa-core chip together with 4GB of RAMexactly the like the Amazon listing. The Geekbench list also notes the P Smart Z will probably be running EMUI 9 along with Android 9 Pie.


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