Yes, the pop-up camera has kicked in the mid-range. The P Smart Z from Huawei consolidates premium peculiarities such as the pop-up camera with a Dubai price in the mid-range segment. However, the adaptation of the Huawei smartphones is not eternally successful and still devises room for improvements.
It is the first bezel-less smartphone from Huawei without a notch or punch hole or any cutout on display. It is not like the Mate or the expensive P series of Chinese mobile manufacturers. Instead, it comes in the circle of mid-range smartphones. It is a 16-megapixel pop-up camera lens. According to the manufacturer, it is supposed to resist more than 100,000 motor-driven pop-up movements without getting stuck. On the back of the phone, Huawei placed a 16 Megapixel camera, supported by a 2 Megapixel lens, aka the Bokeh lens.
The Huawei smartphone has a 6.59-inch IPS display. It has a resolution of 2340×1080 pixels. The in-house Kirin 710 F SoC that is used is accompanied by 4 GB of RAM.
The slightly rounded back of Huawei P Smart Z is plastic and is available in three colors: Midnight Black, Emerald Green, and the Starlight Blue.
The quality of the plastic feels a bit light when you hold it. The moving camera feature also gives a wobbly impression. The quality of the P Smart Z body is a little weak material wise.
Despite the enormous size of the phone, you can reach the volume and power buttons pretty easily and comfortably. The phone is not water or dust resistance, so be careful with the handling.
The rear camera of Huawei P Smart Z has two lenses with an aperture of f/1.8 and autofocus with face ID recognition. Whereas,16-MP primary camera has a resolution of 4608×3456 pixels. The other camera sensor has a resolution of 2 MP. You can create Bokeh effects applying backdrop blurriness. The main feature of the P Smart Z is the 16-MP camera above the front, but this concerns only its design plan.
Despite the pop-up camera, the front camera of the phone is not so fantastic. The recordings tend toward overexposure, are reduced in detail, and show clear grittiness. You can also get a bit disturbed by the blurriness of the photos. Also, the aperture of f/2.0 is not very light sensitive.
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In everyday performance, the system work of the P Smart Z is also satisfactory. The exploration using the Android user interface works mostly smoothly. During multitasking, some pauses occur, and the load times are noticeably long-drawn. As before in the P30 Lite, the Huawei mid-range processor does not always seem to handle the daily tasks efficiently. Talking about the battery, with about 12.5 hours, the 4000-mAh battery of the Huawei smartphone lasts for a very long time.
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According to the specs, the P Smart Z price in Dubai lies somewhere on the level of a mid-range phone. You can absolutely trust the phone blindfolded and enjoy the long battery life and a fantastic camera.