A mysterious new Huawei smartphone has been spotted on the website of China’s Telecoms regulatory agency TENAA posting entry level specifications. The unnamed phone is believed to be a new entrant in the Huawei Enjoy series and bears striking resemblance with last year’s Huawei Enjoy 5s, except for the location of the rear camera and back cover.
The TENAA listing reveals the Huawei smartphone will feature a 5-inch AMOLED display with 720p resolution. The phone is also listed to be powered by a 1.5GHz octa-core processor and as usual the specific brand of the processor isn’t listed. Also, the TENAA record shows the device sporting a massive 4000mAh battery.
The photo rendition attached to the TENAA listing shows Huawei has adopted a very simple design pattern on the phone, with the back cover said to be made of plastic material instead of the usual metallic casing. The back view also shows the phone sporting a fingerprint sensor and there is a SIM card slot on one side of the metal fuselage. There are also buttons for volume control and screen lock on the other side of the phone.
The TENAA records also show the device will pack 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 low, 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.