Huawei Enjoy 5 Launched| Price, Features, And Release Date
Huawei has officially announced its Enjoy 5 smartphone in China, and it is now available for pre-order. Huawei Enjoy 5 is Huawei’s entry in the ‘big battery’ range of mid-range smartphones that are all the storm recently. Lenovo’s Vibe P1, OPPO’s R7s, and now the Huawei Enjoy 5 are all battling it out for supremacy in this arena.
The Enjoy 5 features a 5 inch 1280 x 720 High Definition display at 294 ppi. It is powered by the now-common MediaTek MT6375, which has taken over from the MTK6725 as MediaTek’s budget chip of choice, which will be clocked at 1.1Ghz in it squad core variant in the Enjoy 5. It features 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage, which the option to expand this capacity through microSD cards up to 128GB. It will run on Android 5.1 Lollipop, and come installed with Huawei’s Emotion UI 3.0. It does feature 4G LTE, so they’ve not pulled any punches with this phone.
The USP of this phone, of course, is its 4000mAh, which is powering only a 720p screen and a not-so-powerful processor, and should give battery times previously unheard of at this price range. While most people would see a lesser screen resolution and a comparatively slower processor as a drawback, in the Enjoy 5 they’re actual reasons to buy the phone, since a better screen and a faster processor would mean less battery life.
Huawei has even included a truly unique feature most other smartphones can’t boast of, in that they even provide you with the ability to reverse-charge – that is, you can use the 4000mAh battery in the Enjoy 5 to power your other phones or devices! Also Read – iphone 7
The Huawei Enjoy 5 is currently only available in China, at a price of 999Yuan, around Rs10,000. However, Huawei has recently focused on the Indian market with renewed energy, releasing a strong lineup of devices under their Honor brand. The Honor Holly, Honor 4X, and the Honor 6 and now Honor 7 have been huge hits in India, so it’s not outlandish to assume that they’ll be bringing the Enjoy 5 to India sometime soon, perhaps under the Honor brand itself. Either way, we’ll have the latest news as it comes.