Huawei Enjoy 8

Huawei is not yet done with announcements, this time introducing the Enjoy 8 family of smartphones in China.

Perhaps a lot of people are left wondering with the sudden barrage of new Huawei phones in the news. The names of the handsets don’t sound familiar, but their looks do. And as it turns out, they’re clones of each other. Or to put it simply, they’re the same.

Huawei is known for changing the names of their smartphones for different markets and regions which is the main reason why we get to hear multiple announcements for the same device. For instance, the Enjoy 8 is basically a Huawei Y7 Prime (2018) / Nova 2 Lite, while the Enjoy 8 Plus is actually a Y9 (2018) in Thailand. Out of the three smartphones, the Huawei Enjoy 8e is the only one we haven’t heard of yet.

Huawei Enjoy 8 — NoypiGeeks

All of the handsets in the Enjoy 8 series comes with 18:9 aspect ratio screens and dual-camera configuration. The Huawei Enjoy 8e features a 5.7-inch display with HD+ resolution. In terms of processing power, it’s not much of a show off with a conservative Snapdragon 430 chipset from Qualcomm. The RAM is set at 3GB and there’s ample onboard storage amounting to 32GB.

As stated earlier, the dual-camera setup is one of the headlining highlights of the Enjoy 8 family. It’s equipped with a combination of 13-megapixel and 2-megapixels in the rear with the second sensor assisting in gather depth information. For selfies, there’s a 5-megapixel shooter which should be plenty enough for casual social media uploads and what not.

See also: Huawei Nova 3e

Huawei Enjoy 8E - Specs, Price, Features

Other standard smartphone features such as GPS, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n are here as well. The devices run on Android 8.0 out of the box skinned with the company’s own EMUI 8.0. The battery is a measly 3,000mAh.

Pricing of the Huawei Enjoy 8 units are as follows:

  • Huawei Enjoy 8E — CNY1,099 (~$175)
  • Huawei Enjoy 8 — CNY1,299 (~$207)
  • Huawei Enjoy 8 Plus — CNY1,699 (~$270)

Available colors include Black, Gold, Pink, and Blue. Will these smartphones reach other parts of the world? The answer is probably yes, but they will be under different names in the international market.

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