Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition Went On Pre-order at 799 Yuan

Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition Went On Pre-order at 799 Yuan

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Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition

We know the Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition was announced a few days ago at a price tag of 799 yuan ($125). It’s been also said the phone will go on sale on June 1. As for today, it’s been officially announced via the Weibo account the handset is available for pre-order at Tmall Mobile.

Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition

Actually, we are dealing with a low-end smartphone. But the selling point of the Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition is not the price tag only. This device sports a 5.45-inch 1440×720 display. It comes with dimensions of 146.5 × 7.09 × 8.3mm and a weight of 142 grams only. So we can state it is great in terms of single-hand operations. There are three color options to choose from – blue, gold, and black.

The pricing doesn’t let us hope for eye-catching hardware. But what’s under the hood, is enough for a stable performance and handling daily tasks. The Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition is equipped with a MediaTek MT6739 quad-core processor, which uses a Cortex A53 architecture, while it is paired with a PowerVR GE8100 GPU. There is also a 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. The latter can be expanded up to 256GB via the TF card slot. The battery capacity is 3020mAh.

Our protagonist is packed with a 5MP front-facing camera, which supports 10 levels of beauty feature, intelligent soft light, and automatic recognition of ambient light. On the back, it carries a 13MP camera supporting PDAF phase focusing.

As the specs list and the price category suggest, the Huawei Enjoy 8e Youth Edition will compete with the Xiaomi Redmi 5 series smartphones.

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