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Huawei P smart Pro Spotted Online: Features 6.5-inch Full Screen No-notch display, running on Android 9.0 Pie

Huawei has launched its Huawei P Smart (2019) smartphone late last year, in December. It was the successor to the 2018’s Huawei P Smart device. Back in March, this year, the company had launched Huawei P Smart+ 2019 smartphone that featured Kirin 710 SoC & triple rear cameras. And, most recently in May, Huawei has also launched another P smart device — the Huawei P Smart Z smartphone, which featured a pop-up selfie camera and was powered by Kirin 710F processor.

Well, it appears there’s another Huawei P smart device in the pipeline, which got listed in the Android’s Enterprise solution directory. The device named — Huawei P Smart Pro has showed up in the directory revealing what to expect from the next awaited mid-range phone from the Chinese electronic equipment maker.

Similar to the predecessors, the Huawei P smart Pro will also be featuring a 6.5-inch No-notch full-screen display with minimal bezels and a slightly noticeable chin at the bottom, as seen on the image of the device appears on the Android’s Enterprise Solutions directory. It also reveals the new P smart Pro featuring 4GM of RAM and 64GB of internal storage as well. The device is believed to be running on Google’s latest Android 9.0 Pie out-of-the-box.

The upcoming Huawei P smart Pro will also be featuring fingerprint sensor support most likely on the back, for authentication, similar to the earlier released Huawei P smart devices. The directory doesn’t reveal much of information about the device apart from the aforementioned specifications. Going by the fullscreen display as seen in the directory, we could expect another pop-up selfie camera up-top and could possibly feature a triple rear camera setup as well, which again are speculations, as of now.

There’s isn’t any official confirmation and launch details regarding the new Huawei P smart Pro smartphone, from the company yet. What do you think of this new P smart Pro device from Huawei? Do let us know in the comment box below and stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.

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