For most people, it isn’t much of a shock to hear that the Chinese giant Huawei has become the third biggest smartphone manufacturer in the world, competing with likes of Samsung and HTC. In fact, the Nexus 6p has been manufactured by Huwawei. The company is a significant player in the smartphone market – given Google’s endorsement of Huwawei.
The company has recently announced that they will be launching an exciting new smart phone named the Enjoy 5 integrated with a 4000 mah battery. However, the product will only be available in china that is estimated to cost $158.00 USD. Nonetheless, customers in the U.S may be able to purchase the Enjoy 5 through Amazon or eBay.
Huawei claims that the Enjoy 5’s battery will last 10 days and 12 hours on standby. Those are some bold claims, but we will have to wait and see if these claims hold substance. On the other hand, the Honor 4X – their midrange smart phone – has captured the Chinese market with great fanfare, and the company continues to develop and sell great phones within china and internationally.
Outline of Enjoy 5’s specs:
Enjoy 5 comes with a 5 inch HD display (1280X720). In regards to processing power, the smart phone has been equipped with a MediaTek MT6745 quad core processor. The phone will be available in two variants, the Chinese version will get the variant with Kirin chipset while the international version will get Snapdragon chipset version.
In terms of RAM, one would not expect the phone to have over 1 GB. On the contrary, Huawei has equipped this budget phone with 2GB or RAM mostly found on some midrange models. The internal storage on this phone is a modest 16GB and can be expandable to 128GB should you require more space.
The camera on this smart phone will also be in par with some flagship models. User will be able to take images up to 13 megapixels and will enjoy a 5 megapixel front shooter. The phone is aimed at competing with similar Chinese models such as the Xiaomi Mi4i.
Right out of the box, users can expect the device to run on Android 5.1 lollipop, however, there’s no guarantee that Huwawei will roll out a Marshmallow update for this device – given Huwawei poor track record of rolling out updates, I doubt users will be given the option for 6.0 update.
Finally, this may not be applicable to most U.S customers, but the phone will have a dual-SIM slot (a feature highly sought after in developing countries) with 4G LTE connectivity.