Huawei P Smart S

First announced in May 2020, the Huawei P Smart S is a powerful smartphone that delivers on everything from style to performance. With a 6.3-inch touchscreen with an OLED display and a powerful screen resolution of 1080×2400 pixels and an image density of 418 PI, the new Y8P is a visual stunner.

Set to take the South African cell phone market by storm, the Huawei Y8P is a smartphone we should look out for.

Performance and Features of the Huawei P Smart S

The new Huawei P Smart S is powered by the Hisilicon Kirin 710. It utilises an octa-core processor as well as a Mali-G51 GPU. This shows that we can expect a powerful performance from this flagship device, and the P Smart S does not disappoint.

The Huawei Y8P runs on the EMUI 10.1. This is based on Android 10. The smartphone comes with great accessibility features and a USB C-Type.

The P Smart S is equipped with a standard fingerprint sensor, but this model is unique in that there’s a fingerprint reader on the display screen as well. This is a feature we don’t often get to see in phones of this type.

There are other sensors available as well, such as an accelerometer, a compass and a proximity sensor.

The Huawei P Smart S is packed with a 4000mAh Lo-Pi battery that can’t be removed from the phone.

Camera and Entertainment

The main camera in the Huawei P Smart S is a triple camera. In the centre, we have a 48P camera that comes with a Super Spectrum Sensor. Beside this camera is an 8MP ultra-wide lens, designed to help us capture quality moments down to minute details. The third camera is a 2MP depth camera. There’s also a Super Night Mode that ensures that we can take beautiful pictures even if it’s dark. Features like a flash, HDR and panorama are available as well.

The front-facing selfie camera is a 16MP HDR camera, and this means we can expect great selfies anytime and anywhere.

The P Smart S does not have Google Play Services, but instead, you get access to the Huawei App Gallery. Various other services from Huawei are also available.

The Huawei P Smart S comes with a standard loudspeaker and a 3.5mm jack.

What should we know about the Huawei P Smart S?

The Huawei P Smart S is 73.2mm wide, 157.4mm long and has a depth of 7.75mm. Including the battery, the approximate weight of the phone comes to 163 g. The rounded corners along the OLED screen of this 6.3-inch camera give a sleek look to the P Smart S.

The P Smart S is available as a 128 GB 4 GB RAM phone, as well as 128 GB 6 GB RAM phone. If we need more memory space, then we can attach a Nano Memory (NM) card to get external memory up to 256 GB.

A hybrid dual SIM phone, the Huawei Y8P is available in two colours – Breathing Crystal and Midnight Black.

Get your hands on the Huawei P Smart S today

The Huawei P Smart S is expected to cost around ZAR 6750. As a mid-range phone, it packs most of the features we can expect in a phone in this range, and more. The P Smart S is a solid investment that gives you amazing features, connectivity and technology. A smartphone that no one should miss out on, order the Huawei Y8P today and bring home one of the best mid-range phones released this yea


The HUAWEI: Two trusted resources for learning new skills

The circumstances of the past year have forced many of us to re-evaluate our academic and professional choices. We’ve learnt the importance of doing what we love, and that we no longer need to be bound by an office desk in order to work – with the right equipment, we can work from anywhere. If […]

Read More

HUAWEI MateBook 14 is here to make your dreams come true

Ask many creatives what item they would grab if their house was on fire, or what they would choose to take to a desert island (provided it had power supply), and you’re likely to get one answer: “my laptop”. For art directors, graphic designers and film-makers, this single device is everything – life, love and […]

Read More
wukha1pi 5q

Data storage: The importance of protecting the device and not just the network

With data security such a big talking point of late, many of the discussions around protecting data have focused on securing the network. At a time of increased remote working and reliance on cloud technology, perhaps this is understandable. However, a key consideration should also be how best to secure the devices that hold this […]

Read More