Embattled Chinese phone maker Huawei announced a new entry-level phone – the Huawei Enjoy 10e at an event held in China. Set to go on sale in China on March 1, 2020, the Huawei Enjoy 10e main selling point is its long battery life.
While the specs and pricing details of the device aren’t yet in the open, the device is expected to jack up the Enjoy 10 series from 3 including the Enjoy 10, Enjoy 10 Plus, and Enjoy 10S to a total of four. And if the ‘e’ is any indication, the Enjoy 10e should arrive as the most basic of the entire Huawei Enjoy 10 series.
Just a few days ago, an unnamed Huawei device now suspected to be the Huawei Enjoy 10e appeared on both Geekbench and TENAA revealing some pretty basic internals. According to the two listings, the device is expected to come powered by MediaTek Helio P35 chipset with 4GB RAM and Android 10.
The TENAA listing also revealed the purported Huawei Enjoy 10e will sport a 6.3-inch display with waterdrop notch, while the battery is listed as a 5,000 mAh cell with a basic 10W charging. Accompanying image on TENAA reveals too that the said device will come fitted with a dual rear camera setup with a LED flash. The full camera specs and other details have yet to be listed on TENAA as the time of reporting.