Huawei P Smart Z set to become company’s first phone with pop-up selfie camera

It looks like pop-up selfie cameras are going to become the option of choice for smartphone makers who want to launch devices with completely bezel-less screens. After OnePlus and Vivo now Huawei is also going to launch a smartphone with a pop-up selfie camera. And thanks to this camera setup, the device has got a screen made completely of display and nothing else. The device, named Huawei P Smart Z in an awkward manner, is a mid-range device. And it’s Huawei’s first device to come with this trendy feature of pop-up selfie camera.

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Huawei P Smart Z specs and other details

The display of Huawei P Smart Z is 6.59-inches large, and it comes with a 2,340 x 1,080 px resolution. It houses 4GB RAM and Kirin 710 processor, 64GB of internal storage and runs the latest Android 9 Pie operating system. It also comes with a 4,000 mAh battery, 16mp+2mp rear-facing camera, and the rising selfie camera is 16mp.

Now, one can say that Huawei is late to this trend, but it can still succeed as it’s bringing the feature to mid-range devices. In addition to that, other specs of the device are also solid enough to work in its favor and make it successful. The overall package is what matters the most in the mid-range segment, and Huawei has succeeded to put it together in a good manner.

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It’s worth noting though, that all this information is based on unofficial leaks. So we advise you to take it with a grain of salt. The device itself has not been launched yet, and we also don’t know when is it likely to be launched. The expected price of the device is 210 Euros, or $234. As you can imagine, this price can make it an appealing smartphone. Let’s see whether it’s launched at this price or not!

Source: mobielkopen, Gsmarena

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