Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus to hit the market today with two variants

Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus to hit the market today with two variants

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It does not seem like Huawi wants to stop at churning out some quality phones on the market at prices that are lesser than major flagships. Just a few months after Huawei launched the Enjoy 6s, they are back with its successor, the Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus. Quite like its predecessor, the Enjoy 7 Plus will be aimed towards the mid range market.

In the design department, the Enjoy 7 Plus does not differ much from the Enjoy 6s. The Enjoy 7 has an aluminium body with the front of the screen housing just the display without any capacitive or hard keys. Much like Huawei’s design methodology, the fingerprint sensor lies on the back below the camera sensor with the branding lying in the front where most manufacturers have a fingerprint sensor or the home button.

A couple of weeks back, the specs of the Enjoy 7 Plus were revealed. Turns out, the smartphone will be available in two variants, 4GB RAM/64GB internal memory and 3GB RAM/32GB internal memory. It sports a 5.5 inch 720p 2.5D display. Under the hood lies the Snapdragon 435 SoC with a 4000 mAh battery. The rear of the smartphone houses the 12 MP camera with LED flash and the fingerprint sensor. The front camera is an 8 MP shooter. The phone is said to run Android Nougat 7.0 out of the box.

The Enjoy 7 Plus is set to release today. With the specs that it offers, it might be able to take the market by storm. Watch out for more!

 

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  • MattD

    If officially launched in europe with a ~199€ price tag, it could become a huge thing indeed

    • Joel Adames

      I honestly don’t see the fuss about it
      When there are 3 other options from China… With better specs…
      Oukitel K6000 plus
      Ulefone Power 2
      Blackview P2
      All with big 6kmah Batteries and a midrange Soc
      Better wait a bit for some reviews about those and if any good, you get better value for the money.
      And no, you don’t have to agree if you don’t want to. Cheers.