Huawei unveils Enjoy 5S smartphone

Huawei unveils Enjoy 5S smartphone

The Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has introduced one more smartphone under the Enjoy 5S product name. The newcomer is an improved version of the Enjoy 5 handset, which appeared on certain markets as Play 5X.

The new Huawei Enjoy 5S builds on the Enjoy 5 by offering an improved CPU – the new smartphone has an 8-core Kirin 935 processor at 2.2 GHz, while the Enjoy 5 includes a quad-core MediaTek MT6735 chip. The handset also offers a 5.2-inch sensor display at 1920 x 1080 pixels, 3 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal memory, a microSD card slot for expansion, support for two SIM cards and LTE and two cameras – one rear at 13 MP and another front at 8 MP. Strangely enough there’s a rumor that claims the battery capacity has been lowered from 4000 mAh in the Enjoy 5 to just 2200 mAh in the Enjoy 5S but all this hardware is housed in an all-metallic body, which is nice for a budget-oriented smartphone. The Enjoy 5S also runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop.

The new device will be on the Chinese market on December 3 where it will sell for around USD 235, which is USD 75 more than what the Enjoy 5 costs. Given the price and the tech specs the Huawei Enjoy 5S seems to be one great smartphone, don’t you think?

Source: Gizmochina.com

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