Huawei has been releasing a lot of phones since it released the flagships P10 and P10 Plus. The launch events have been taking place all around the world and at least a dozen of new phones have been released in different regions of the world.
With so many phones it has become difficult to differentiate the phones on the basis of specifications and sometimes names too, for instance, the Honor 6C and Honor 6X.
Huawei has added to the already long line of its mid-range smartphones with the new Enjoy 7 Plus. This budget device runs the latest Android version and will be released in China initially with a price tag of $230.
The phone comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 supported by a 3GB RAM and 32 GB storage. Enjoy 7 Plus has a 12 MP rear camera with a LED flash and the selfie shooter has an 8MP sensor.
The fingerprint sensor is present at the back of Enjoy 7 Plus’s metal body. The new budget phone has a large HD display of 5.5 inches and houses a massive 4000 mAh battery although it is unclear at this point whether or not the phone has a Quick Charge feature.
The global version is expected to be released soon possibly under a different name.
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