Huawei recently launched its Nova 3 and Nova 3i phones in China and it seems like one these phones are ready to change its name. Yes, you heard it right, Nova 3i is scheduled to launch as ‘Huawei P Smart+’ Plus in Europe.
Yesterday a new phone was labeled on Huawei’s Germany consumer site and will officially be unveiled on August 2. This phone is none other than Nova 3i and now changing its name as Huawei P Smart+. As we all know, Huawei changes its device name according to the market tactics.
The Huawei P Smart Plus is currently on pre-order and will start shipping from Aug 2 as well. This device is equipped with a 6.3-inch IPS notch design display with full HD+ resolution (2340×1080), powered by Kirin 710 chip processor. There’s no listing about RAM and Storage but this device will be speculated to offer 4GB RAM and 64/128GB.
The P Smart+ feature dual rear cameras 16MP (f1.8) + 2MP and the front camera is also a dual-camera combination of 24MP+2MP (f2.0) and comes with smart scene recognition. This phone comes with the latest EMUI8.2(Android 8.1) and a battery capacity of 3340mAh.
The P Smart+ also supports LTE Cat.12/13, dual card dual 4G dual voLTE, Bluetooth 4.2, aptX HD, HWA, With 3.5mm Jack interface and Type-C interface. The P Smart+ is preloaded with GPU Turbo technology.
The device seems to lack dual glass and according to its current listing, it will be available in two colors: Black and Iris Purple. The price that available for the 64GB storage variant is 299 euros($348).