Huawei had a packed launch event earlier today with plenty of new announcements. The last ones to be announced on stage were the Enjoy 60 smartphone, MatePad 11 (2023) Harmony OS tablet and the FreeBuds 5 TWS earbuds.
Huawei Enjoy 60
Huawei Enjoy 60 is a budget phone with a large 6,000 mAh battery, a 6.75-inch TFT LCD with HD+ resolution and a 48MP primary camera. The phone boots Harmony OS 3.0 out the box and comes bundled with a 22.5W charger in the box. Huawei did not share any information on the chipset used in the Enjoy 60.
It’s available with 128GB or 256GB storage trims and is available in Magic Night Black, Ice Crystal Blue and Dawn Gold colors. Pricing in China is set at CNY 1,299 ($190) and open sales start tomorrow.
Huawei MatePad 11 (2023)
MatePad 11 (2023) is the midrange entry in Huawei’s tablet lineup for this year. It features an 11-inch IPS LCD with 2560 × 1600px resolution and a 120Hz refresh rate. The tablet is equipped with the Snapdragon 870 chipset and 6/8GB RAM with 128/256GB storage. The software side is covered by HarmonyOS 3.1 while the battery comes in at 7,250 mAh.
MatePad 11 (2023) comes in Obsidian Black, Island Blue, Crystal White, Streamer Purple colors and starts at CNY 2,199 ($322). Open sales in China start on March 30.
Huawei FreeBuds 5
The last new announcement from Huawei is the FreeBuds 5 wireless earbuds. They bring a daring design to say the least with an in-ear design without silicone tips. The earbuds support the L2HC and LDAC codecs for hi-res audio streaming and offer spatial audio (on HarmonyOS 3 devices) as well as active noise cancelation (ANC) and dynamic EQ tuning.
The buds pack 11mm LCP dual magnetic drivers and pair via Bluetooth 5.2 with support for multi-point pairing. The steams bring touch controls. The earbuds should be good for 5 hours of listening while the combined battery life is rated at 30 hours with the charging case. The case supports wired charging via USB-C as well as wireless charging. The whole package is IP54 dust and splash resistant.
FreeBuds 5 come in frost silver, ceramic white and coral orange colors. Pricing in China is set at CNY 899 ($132).
It's just for China u don't need to worry about it and it's not like they want to do it but they are forced to by CCP.
Don't they make all those face-recognition cameras that track everybody in all Chinese cities and towns, with ethnic classification?
Lol away. I was specifically talking about prices and supposedly related 'services'.