Huawei, a Chinese based OEM known for their sturdy smartphones, launched a new budget smartphone in China. The Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus offers competitive specifications, along with flashy youthful design.
Unlike other smartphone launched by the OEM, this device falls in budget category with entry-level specs sheet. To cut the production cost, the OEM used polycarbonate instead of Aluminium. Lets roll our eyes on specifications, for further insight.
The Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus offers, 720p IPS LCD screen. The display is protected by Unknown 2.5S curved glass (tempered). Under the hood, the device gets its horse power from Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 Oct-Core SoC. Incarnated with 3 GB LPDDR3 RAM and 32 GB on-board storage. The device also offers an external SD card slot, with support up to 128 GB.
Optics department offers 12 MP Sony sensor, with 8 MP selfie shooter. Both main and secondary camera doesn’t offer PDAF or OIS. Though they have compromised with built quality, a quality finger print sensor is at the rear end of the device.
The Huawei Enjoy 7 Plus offers a massive 4000 mAh Li-Ion (non user replaceable) battery. It does support fast charging via micro USB. The device also supports reverse charging, one can charge other gadgets using this device like a power bank. The device still uses micro USB for charging and supports USB OTG. Regarding connectivity, the device offers 4G LTE with VoLte capabilities. However, the device does not offer NFC, so no wireless payment.
In terms of software, the device runs on Android 7.0.1, along custom UI on the top at a cost. For this set of specifications, the device retails in China for CNY 1600, on a rough conversion it is around $230.
For this amount of money one can easily go with other smartphones like Redmi Note 4, Moto G5 Plus or Moto G5. The Huawei could have stepped up their game a little by adding better processor and sharper display.