Quite competitively priced for what it offers, the P Smart may turn out to be one of the company’s most compelling recent offers. The overall package is downright solid, with a couple of highlights – the dual-camera rig and the FullView tall aspect ratio screen. The Huawei P Smart maybe familiar if you’re watching Huawei closely. It has clearly borrowed bits and pieces from the Honor 7X, although it has a smaller screen and a 13MP primary cam instead of 16MP. The rest is more or less the same. And it sounds really great on paper: the latest midrange Kirin chipset, a pair of cameras at the back, Android 8 with EMUI 8, all wrapped into a great-looking aluminum body.
Screen: 5.65″ IPS LCD of 1,080 x 2,160px resolution (427ppi)
Chipset: 16nm Kirin 659, octa-core CPU (4xCortex-A53@2.36GHz + 4xCortex-A53@1.7GHz), dual-core Mali-T830 GPU
Memory: 3GB / 4GB of RAM, 32GB / 64GB of storage; hybrid microSD slot
Camera: 13MP + 2MP dual-camera with phase-detection AF, f/2.2 aperture; LED flash; 1080p video capture @ 30 fps;
Connectivity: Dual-SIM; LTE-A (Cat.6 300/50Mbps); microUSB; Wi-Fi b/g/n; GPS/GLONASS; Bluetooth 4.2; FM radio; NFC (region-dependent)