Huawei ranks third in the world due to its smart approach to business. Say, you can make a couple of flagships and invest all your efforts to promote and sell them like OnePlus does. But you can also design and launch multiple of smartphones made for various groups, purposes, and at different price tags. Samsung acts like this. As for the Chinese tech giant, seems, it adopts this strategy. That’s why never be surprised seeing myriads of smartphone released every week. Today, the manufacturer officially announced the Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition at a price tag of 799 yuan ($125). As the name and the pricing suggest, we are dealing with an entry-level device with acceptable performance, a recognizable look, and a couple of tricks.
First, the Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition sports a 5.45-inch 1440×720 display. There are three color options to choose from – blue, gold, and black. It has dimensions of 146.5 × 7.09 × 8.3mm and weighs 142 grams only. So the Enjoy 8e Youth Edition is great in terms of single-hand operations.
As for the configuration, the Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition is equipped with a MediaTek MT6739 quad-core processor. It uses a Cortex A53 architecture, while the GPU carries a model number of PowerVR GE8100. The chip is also paired with a 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. It supports up to 256GB storage expansion and a battery capacity of 3020mAh.
The phone sports a 5MP front-facing camera supporting 10 levels of beauty, intelligent soft light, and automatic recognition of ambient light. On the back, it carries a 13MP camera supporting PDAF phase focusing.
The Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition will go on sale on June 1.