It seems like Huawei is on a roll of surprises for its users! After launching Huawei P10 Lite and Huawei Y5 2017 last month, it has come up yet again with another mid-range device by the name of Enjoy 7 Plus, which is being dubbed as the successor of Enjoy 6S, which was launched in the second-half of 2016. Announced in China, Enjoy 7 Plus will cost 1599 Yuan, which is approximately Rs. 14,933.
Coming in with an all-metal unibody design, Enjoy 7 Plus will boast of a 5.5-inch IPS display with HD (1280*720 pixels) resolution. With 3GB RAM and 32 GB onstage storage, the device will be powered by 64-bit Snapdragon 435 MSM8940 octa-core processor along with Adreno 505 GPU. Further expansion of storage is also possible as it comes with a MicroSD card slot. The device will run on Android’s latest version – 7.0 Nougat operating system which will be work under EMUI 5.1, as per PhoneArena.
Speaking of its connectivity options, it includes 4G LTE, GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, MicroUSB 2.0 port and 3.5mm audio port. One of its most envious features is its humongous battery life of 4000 mAh, which easily guarantees a day-long battery life. This is way more than the 3020 mAh battery life of Enjoy 6S. It will come with 12 megapixels autofocus camera with LED flash on the rear. For selfies and video calls, it features 8 megapixels fixed focus camera. Although no information regarding its weight has been divulged as of yet, but its measurement have been noted to be 153.6×76.4×8.35 mm. The device will come in white color as of now.
Rumors are abuzz that the Enjoy 7 Plus will incorporate a different name for the international markets which is still unknown.
Huawei, which is a Chinese multinational networking and telecommunication equipment and services company is the largest telecommunication manufacturer in the world. Headquartered at Guangdong, China, the products and services of Huawei are deployed in more than 140 countries and it has 21 R&D institutes across the globe including USA, Germany, Sweden, India, Pakistan, UK, France, Finland, Russia, Ireland, Turkey, among others.