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Huawei P Smart 2021 smartphone with 5000 mAh battery launched

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NEW DELHI: Smartphone maker Huawei has launched its latest mid-range smartphone in Europe. Dubbed Huawei P Smart 2021, the device comes with a full HD+ display, octa-core processor and sports a quad-rear camera setup. The company has not yet revealed the price and specifications of the smartphone but it is expected to be priced under 214.85 euros (Rs 19,000).

Huawei P Smart 2021 specifications

The Huawei P Smart 2021 comes with a 6.67-inch full HD+ display with 1080x2400 pixel resolution. Successor to the last year launched P Smart 2020, the smartphone is powered by the company's own octa-core Kirin 710A processor. The smartphone packs 4GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage which can be expanded further by adding a microSD card. The device runs Android operating system built on EMUI. It does not come with Google Play services and instead of that you get Huawei's own App Gallery which can be used to download third party apps. The Huawei P Smart 2021 sports a quad-rear camera setup. The rear camera comprises a 48MP main sensor, 8MP ultra-wide angle lens, 2MP depth sensor and 2MP macro sensor. The handset comes equipped with a side-mounted fingerprint sensor and is backed by a 5,000 mAh battery with 22.5W fast charging support. Recently, Huawei confirmed that its existing devices will continue to receive software and security updates. This was confirmed by the company on Twitter though its official Huawei Mobile Twitter account by replying to a user on Twitter. “... There is no impact on existing devices. We will continue to share security and software updates to our devices, as we always have...” said the company via a tweet. For those unaware, this matter has become the center of attention since the temporary general license (TGL) that was allotted to Huawei recently expired. A report by The Washington Post suggests that old Huawei phones are also on shaky grounds as they can lose Android support as well. As per the report, the license expired on August 13.