Besides the Huawei Mate 30 flagship smartphones set to launch later this month, Huawei appears to be cooking up a fresh mid-range device in its Enjoy series. The fresh device dubbed the Huawei Enjoy 10 plus has already cleared China’s TENAA signalling a near release, and now we have some official-looking images that depict the device.
The Huawei device as previously seen on TENAA gets a triple camera setup arranged vertically on the left-hand side, while a fingerprint scanner sits somewhere besides the cameras.
Flipping the alleged Huawei Enjoy 10 plus over, we are greeted with a full-screen display, with modest all-round bezels. As you can see, there is no visible notch or punch hole in place, which suggests Huawei has again opted for the pop-up camera system.
Information from TENAA and other sources say the device will come fitted with a 6.59-inch FHD+ LCD with a 16MP selfie camera fitted into the pop-up system. The triple camera on the flipside includes a 48MP main shooter alongside an 8MP ultrawide cam and a 2MP depth sensor. Below the cameras we have an LED and the fingerprint reader.
We are not sure what lies under the hood, though the listing on TENAA says it has an octa-core CPU clocked a 2.2GHz. This is most likely Huawei’s Kirin 710, and that will be aided by4GB, 6GB and 8 GB RAM and 128GB f expandable storage.
Other specs and features include a 3,900 mAh, USB Type-C, EMUI 9.1 on top of Android 9 Pie, while it will launch in black, blue and green color options.
Huawei hasn’t confirmed a launch date, though we expect a kind of low key revealing soon.