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Huawei Enjoy 8 new leak reveals design and hardware details

21 March 2018 3

Huawei Enjoy 8 appears at TENAA certification recently which reveals few key details regarding the specs sheet. Today the Enjoy 8 spotted online once again which not only reveals hardware, design but also the release date details. The latest leak complete the missing part of the picture which was so far in dark.

The Enjoy 8 is expected to be announced as Enjoy 8. In terms of design, the device isn't much different from its predecessor. It features a unibody metal design. The rear side is adorned with dual rear cameras and fingerprint scanner. The volume controllers and power button are on the right edge whereas the left edge has SIM tray. The 3.5mm headphone jack is on the top bottom, the Micro-USB port, and the mono speaker is on the bottom edge. The Enjoy 8 dimensions are 152.4 x 73 x 7.8mm and it weighs 150g.

As per leaked info, the Enjoy 8 is featuring a 5.7-inches HD+ display with 720 x 1440 pixels screen resolution. The display aspect ratio is 2:1. The Qualcomm's Snapdragon 430 SoC is powering under the hood with 3GB RAM and 32GB native storage.

The dual rear snappers are 13MP+2MP whereas the selfie camera on the front is 5MP. A 3,000mAh battery cell is on board to keep its lights on. As OS the Enjoy 8 is pre-installed with Android Oreo with EMUI layer over it. As far as release is a concern, the device is expected to be available from March 30th at a price tag of 1099 Yuan in China. As expected the device will be initially available in China. As the leaked info is not from the official sources that's why we will recommend to take it with a pinch of salt as Huawei yet to disclose any details regarding the device launch and availability. Stay connected, we will keep you updated.



Huawei Enjoy 8 new leak reveals design and hardware details
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