We already know that Amazon Prime Day deals aren't here to stand on ceremony, and so it's no surprise that last week's announcement of the new Huawei P Smart 2021 has been almost immediately overshadowed today by tempting discounts on two of the model's previous iterations.
There are savings in excess of 30% on the Huawei P Smart Pro and Huawei P Smart S at Amazon now, bringing their prices flying down way below the £200-mark. In fact, the latter is down to a mere £149.99 from its regular £230 RRP.
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Now that's not bad at all for a handset that was only released in June and packs in an octa-core CPU with Kirin 710F chipset, roomy 128GB storage, 1080p OLED screen spanning 6.3 inches, in-display fingerprint scanner, and a 48MP triple camera on the back. It's a stylish smartphone with some of the features you'd expect from flagship phones - just at a fraction of the price.
Huawei P Smart S: at Amazon | SIM-free |
OK, so it's no iPhone 12 beater, but the Huawei P Smart S will suit folk that want a perfectly acceptable smartphone - and a good few mod cons - for under £150. It has a 48MP camera, fingerprint scanner, a hefty 4,000mAh battery to keep you going for ages and, most importantly, 35% off the RRP.
Just remember, these newer Huawei phones don't use the Android operating system any longer. You'll get your apps from the Huawei Mobile Services library instead meaning no Facebook, YouTube, Google Maps and other such apps.
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