New Huawei device gets TENAA certification, looks to be the Enjoy 6s
When it comes to the manufacture of smartphones, we all know that Huawei is no slacker and we think that already, they are planning the successor to the Enjoy 5s device that we have already seen launch a while back.
This is according to a rumour that started to build up when a new device from Huawei got certified by TENAA and as far as names go, the rumour mill has already placed this in the perfect place to come out of the box with the Enjoy 6s naming system, as we have always seen from TENAA, we have some images of the device to look at and as well, some specs on paper.
Just like the Enjoy 5s, this one is also a low end device and while we are expecting it to have a price that would pronounce this status better too, the 5 inch device would have a resolution set at 720p and carry 3GB of RAM as well as an internal storage space of 32GB on a processor that can reach a clock speed of 1.4GHz.
With a 13MP snapper on the back and also, another 5MP unit on the front of the device, it would be powered by the 2920mAh battery and run with a yet unnamed software out of the box.
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