Huawei Enjoy 10 plus Highlights
- Notch-less display/ Pop-up camera design
- Triple rear cameras
- FHD+ resolution and TUV Rheinland certification
Huawei keeps churning out smartphones, despite the life-threatening ban from the Trump administration. Ahead of the Huawei Mate 30 series launch, the Chinese giant has announced the Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus – its latest mid-ranger, and the sequel to last year’s Enjoy 9 plus. The device looks more or less like the Huawei Y9 Prime in terms of specifications, though with a notch-less display with a pop-up camera.
The Enjoy 10 plus flaunts a 6.59″ FHD+ notch-less display with TUV Rheinland certification and 91 percent screen to body ratio. And in place of a notch or a punch-hole, Huawei has opted for a pop-up system with a 16MP selfie, while it gets a 48MP main camera joined by an 8MP ultra-wide and 2MP depth sensor units. There is also a fingerprint scanner at the rear.
The Enjoy 10 Plus is powered by a Kirin 710F SoC and is been offered in 4GB, 6GB. 8GB RAM, as well as 128GB storage expandable up to 512GB. The smartphone boots to Android Pie-based EMUI 9.1 out of the box.
To enhance its gaming performance, the Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus boasts of Huawei’s GPU Turbo Boost 3.0, as well as a 4,000mAh unit with 10W charging support for longer gaming sessions.
Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus Pricing
The Huawei Enjoy 10 Plus will go on sale in China from September 14, though we are not sure of its international availability. The Enjoy 10 Plus with 4GB RAM is priced at CNY1,499 ($210/€190), the 6G RAM version priced at CNY1,799 ($250/€230), while the premium version with 8GB RAM is priced at CNY2,099 ($295/€265).