Huawei is looking to continue to hold on to the position as the second largest mobile phone maker in the world, or even move forward to the number 1 position. Thus, the company is about releasing an upgraded variety of one of its budget smartphones.
The company has announced its plans to release an updated version of the Huawei P Smart device in this year. The original version of the Huawei P Smart was released in January last year (arrived in the third week of February in Ghana).
With a wide display, the P Smart had a small notch on with it.
The old Huawei P Smart featured artificial intelligence, and augmented reality capabilities. It also came with a special “eye-comfort” feature, which was to filter out blue light in its imaging processing.
Huawei is not yet out with the price tag for the updated of the P Smart phone for the Ghanaian market. But we expect it to be around ₵1,300. The old one released last year cost about ₵1,000 which is basically a budget price for mobile device. You can look up the full specs of the old Huawei P Smart here.
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Recently, Huawei has had rather not-so-easy circumstances. Their vice chairperson got arrested in Canada and the US and its allies banned the use of the devices. This is as a result of the company being hit with a series of serious questions about the firm’s security.
The US Secretary of Defence, Gavin Williamson, recently made a statement about the whole Huawei devices integrity. Secretary Williamson said he had “very deep concerns” about the Chinese technology firm’s involvement in upgrading the UK’s mobile network.
“We’ve got to look at what partners such as Australia and the US are doing in order to ensure that they have the maximum security of that 5G network and we’ve got to recognise the fact, as has been recently exposed, that the Chinese state does sometimes act in a malign way,” Mr Williamson said.
This statement comes after Australia, New Zealand and the US began banning the use of Huawei technology. But we do hope Huawei’s woes come to an end soon.