Not long after releasing the Huawei Nova in China, as well as launching the dual-camera packing Honor 6X and just fresh out of the unveiling of the HiSilicon Kirin 960 chipset, Huawei is set to release another smartphone but this time a budget device. What was likely the Huawei Enjoy 6 was spotted on TENAA a couple of months back revealing some of its specs and now perhaps the device will be hitting the market come October 27.
According to a poster spotted on Huawei fan club’s Weibo page, Huawei would hold a conference on October 27 and to that end the Huawei fan club was recruiting volunteers for the conference. Huawei is yet to officially reveal an October 27 conference but the poster also teased the device coming on October 27 as one for the youth with a stylish appearance, and gave the idea of a durable battery. The device is also touted on the poster as coming with cutting-edge technology.
Words have it that the device expected on that day is likely the Huawei Enjoy 6 which is an upgrade of last year’s Enjoy 5S. Huawei has been silent about the device since it was sighted on TENAA a few months back.
According to the TENAA record, the Enjoy 6 would sport a 5-inch 720p OLED display and would be powered by a 1.5GHz Octa-core processor. The device also packs a 3GB RAM and 16GB internal storage space under its hood which may likely be expandable. On the camera aspect, a listing of 13MP rear camera unit and 5MP front facing camera was recorded. The device is also shown to run on Android 6.0 Marshmallow operating system out-of-the-box.
No further details about the smartphone is known at the moment but the specs listed shows we should be expecting a budget price tag on the smartphone whenever it goes official. This could be Huawei’s answer to the low-end segment dominated by Xiaomi’s Redmi and Meizu’s Blue Charm phones.
We’ll have to wait till the device is unveiled on October 27 to know the price.