Huawei is planning to launch the Enjoy 70 series on December 5, according to a leaked poster. The phone will have a similar design to the P60 series, but scale down to dual camera setup on the back with 50 MP main sensor.
Live photos and more posters found on Weibo revealed the device pictured is the Enjoy 70; there is also an Enjoy 70 Pro with a 108 MP camera and a big circular camera island on the back.
Huawei Enjoy 70 is tipped to be an entry-level device with a 6.75” LCD of 720p resolution. It will be powered by the dated Kirin 710a chipset, but will have a 6,000 mAh battery with 22.5W charging. It will be 8.93 mm thin and will weigh 207 grams – nothing extraordinary here as well.
The Huawei Enjoy 70 Pro, on the other hand, should come with a Snapdragon 680 chipset, another LTE-only platform that is over two years old. It will have a bigger 6.8” LCD with a 1080p resolution. The battery capacity will be 5,000 mAh, but charging will be upped to 40W, and despite being a bigger handset, it will be thinner and lighter.
Huawei rarely launches its Enjoy series outside China, and we do not expect this to change any time soon. The company is slowly bouncing back in its domestic market, but it will be a while before it delivers a full range of smartphones internationally.
Remember how terrible it was when 5.5 inch screen have 720p display? Now imagine how much worse it gonna be on 6.75 inch screen.
Calling it pro with sd 680 is like calling tiktokers is celebrity.